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Hay quality gets high priority with local cattlemen interested in less expensive quality forage. Shown here examining samples from an earlier hay show are (from left) Jack Gaines of Skidmore, Hilman Snedal of Normanna, Bill Cude of Viggo, Jack Pickens of Tynan and Bee County Extension Agent E. L. Spaniel.
Hay quality gets high priority with local cattlemen interested in less expensive quality forage. Shown here examining samples from an earlier hay show are (from left) Jack Gaines of Skidmore, Hilman Snedal of Normanna, Bill Cude of Viggo, Jack Pickens of Tynan and Bee County Extension Agent E. L. Spaniel.
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Hay quality gets high priority with local cattlemen interested in less expensive quality forage. Shown here examining samples from an earlier hay show are (from left) Jack Gaines of Skidmore, Hilman Snedal of Normanna, Bill Cude of Viggo, Jack Pickens of Tynan and Bee County Extension Agent E. L. Spaniel.

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