KUAC Tim Ellis
Unseasonable weather has cut Alaska’s hay harvest in half and sent the price of feed soaring, making it difficult for both farmers livestock producers who already were struggling with high fuel and fertilizer prices. State and federal experts are advising Alaska farmers to expect continued unusual weather, and they’ve scheduled workshops next month to help farmers plan for the new normal.
Annual Agriculture meeting talks include helping farmers deal with hungry bison, Nenana-Totchaket Ag Project.
Snow, rain and fluctuating temperatures drive moose out of woods.