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Hay Relief Program

The state is hoping to help horse owners pay for hay after this years devastating drought. The program is called The Equine Partners Hay Relief Program, and it will give horse owners a one-time reimbursement of 50 cents per mile or up to $300 for a load of hay moved from out of state since September 5. Reimbursements will be made on first-come, first-served basis until the funds run out. The funds come from private donations. For more information on the program and to see if you qualify call The Equine Partners Hay Relief Program at 866-506-6222 or visit

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