"It's going to take the best moisture reading for each bail, so that way it has a GPS weight point when it drops off a bail, so it will know exactly where that bail was, what its moisture was. You can flag those bails for weeds, high moisture, and different kind of things.The Hay committee is looking ahead, the hay and forage markets are doubling, and now a big three cash crop, said Jensen Thelander of Stotz Equipment.
"It's huge in Idaho. Right now its almost going to take number one in marketing and exports. The consumers are really liking the area right here and we can grow the best quality of hay for their animals," said Committee Chair Travis McAffee.
The committee then met and talked about truck weights and load sizes, getting the hay to market.
"So will this go through District by Highway District? It's a local issue for sure."
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