Brice Stephenson looks over his herd of beef cows Monday in York. Because of the drought, hay production is down. Stephenson realized he wasn't going to have enough hay to feed his 30 cows through the winter, so he sold 20 of them. Many local farmers are resorting to serious measures in order to remain profitable.
Brice Stephenson looks over his herd of beef cows Monday in York. Because of the drought, hay production is down. Stephenson realized he wasn't going to have enough hay to feed his 30 cows through the winter, so he sold 20 of them. Many local farmers are resorting to serious measures in order to remain profitable.
Brice Stephenson looks over his herd of beef cows Monday in York. Because of the drought, hay production is down. Stephenson realized he wasn't going to have enough hay to feed his 30 cows through the winter, so he sold 20 of them. Many local farmers are resorting to serious measures in order to remain profitable.

Lack of water, hay makes farmers' jobs difficult, but help could be on the way

October 11, 2007 01:21 AM

UPDATED October 11, 2007 01:25 AM

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