DNR announces lottery winners of haying privileges at state parks

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Missouri Department of Natural Resources has released results of the hay lottery for farmers who signed up last week for the drawing.

The 17 winners receive a permit from the DNR allowing them to cut and harvest hay at selected state parks and conservation areas for three months.

According to the DNR drought assistance website, a Pollock farmer will obtain hay from Pershing State Park near Laclede. Hay at Crowder State Park near Trenton goes to a farmer from Eugene, Missouri. Haying privileges at the Wallace State Park near Cameron have been won by a farmer from Russellville. A farmer from Edina won the hay lottery at Long Branch State Park near Macon and a Carrollton farmer will travel to Ha Ha Tonka State Park south of Camdenton for hay.

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