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Timothy and Alfalfa Hay Blog

    Harvest Update May 31, 2018

    Posted on Jun 1, 2018

    Alfalfa

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    Topics: Weather, News, Export Hay, Harvest Update, Timothy, Alfalfa Hay

    The North American Monsoon

    Posted on May 9, 2016

    Growers in the southwest United States have become accustomed to the monsoon season, but what exactly is it and what does it mean for forage

    What is monsoon season?

    The North American monsoon season is a large weather pattern similar to the monsoon season in Asia, although not as strong. It officially occurs from June 15 – September 30 with most storms occurring in July and August. This particular monsoon system effects northwest Mexico, Arizona, New Mexico, and parts of Utah and Colorado. It brings unpredictable weather patterns, strong winds, and precipitation. It is important to note

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    Topics: Quality of Forage, Weather