Ferry tale: How feed reaches livestock on Puget Sound islands

10/9/2013 | Capital Press Agriculture (Salem, Ore.)

Getting hay and other feed to livestock including horses, cattle, pigs, sheep and poultry living on the 400-plus islands in Washington state's Puget Sound is an industry of its own. Some grass and hay can be locally grown, but many forms of livestock food come via ferry from the mainland. "People here love their animals. They'll pay the extra cost," said livestock supply retailer Gary Headley.

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