Hay on State- Owned Land Up for Grabs
For the City-Times
Farmers can harvest hay from selected state-owned lands in counties where Gov. Scott Walker declared a state of emergency as a result of flooding and where the U.S. Department of Agriculture has declared a natural disaster as a result of winter-kill and excessive rain and snow, Department of Natural Resources Secretary Cathy Stepp announced today.
Farmers may also graze cattle on state-owned land, although they will be responsible for setting up temporary electric fencing and watering tanks to facilitate grazing.