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Stored hay spontaneously combusting at unprecedented levels saw hay fires become a hot topic for the 2007 summer. As a result of failed spring rains, much of the destroyed hay was made from drought–affected cereal crops. Producing hay from such crops can be
challenging in itself — but producers also need to take precautions to prevent costly hay fires and ensure they have adequate insurance.