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A proposal to temporarily expand haying and grazing in 14 wildlife management areas is up for public review as Montana seeks to ease the toll of drought on farmers and ranchers and if it’s approved Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks will open portions of them across the state to emergency grazing and haying. Farmers and ranchers with new leases would be able to harvest forage at select sites in late summer and fall. The push to expand haying and grazing falls in line with Governor Greg Gianforte’s statewide drought emergency declaration from July.

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