Grass growth keeps mowers moving

Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Dylan Klewer, of Yock’s Mowin’ Service LLC, mows grass along the Greenway Trail for the city. With so much rain, mowers are finding themselves mowing frequently to keep grass trimmed. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Dylan Klewer, of Yock’s Mowin’ Service LLC, mows grass along the Greenway Trail for the city. With so much rain, mowers are finding themselves mowing frequently to keep grass trimmed.

Bill Burdiss, left, and Dylan Klewer, right, put their mower away after trimming the Greenway Trail grass in Cassville. The company is contracted by the city and keeps many areas of the city maintained. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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  • "So much rain"!?!!....gee whiz, there are some folks within 20 to 30 miles of your paper office that have had just 1 inch of rain TOTAL since the last week of April!...and there are many of us much closer who have had less than 2 the last 6 weeks....that is major deficit from normal....and hay is making about half of normal and not growing back after cutting, and gardens are having to be watered or they would be dying--all the first week of June!....please tell me nobody really believes we are getting lots of rain....

    -- Posted by common-tater on Wed, Jun 6, 2018, at 10:11 PM
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