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Tractor and feed stores remain open during coronavirus closings
26 Mar 2020
GREENSBURG — Like humans, animals must eat to survive. And, to get the food to both animals and humans, farmers need to plant and harvest.
Unlike many other industries in Kansas, the coronavirus is not closing down tractor or animal feed stores. These businesses remain essential.
“We are here because there’s a need for cattle, chicken, and other animals that need food to get it,” said Mark Brown, the manager of the Tractor Supply Co. in Hays. “The only change is in our hours.”
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