Summer Drought Affects Retirement Home For Horses

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Ryerss Farm, a home for retired horses, is feeling the affects of this summer's drought that is affecting much of the United States. According to farm manager Tim Blevins, 70% of their feed and cash crops are ruined. “If you look here, all we have is a desert. There's no grass at all. It's devastating. It's really worse than I've ever seen.”

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