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Return of Winter Weather

We've experienced January weather at the end of March this year. We always used to say that March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb, or vice-versa. It seems that we had March come in like a lamb with unseasonably warm temperatures, but now we're getting the winter we've been expecting since December.

All said though, a bit of snow and cold won't slow us down from shipping high quality hay to our customers down south.

We are also travelling around in the are of our customers this week, and talking to some of our customers where we're starting to plan for next season. We're also reiterating the importance of our Food Safety Verification Plan resources for customers.

If you're having issues with a food safety plan, or you're looking for wholesale hay, reach out and we're here to help.

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