FTLComm - Tisdale - November 26, 1998  
On October 2 we showed you the seasonal change over at Tisdale’s alfalfa dehydration plant. The bail piles now stretch out for almost a mile West of the plant as well as half a mile East. This year's crop was extraordinary and comes at a time where the market for alfalfa is depressed largely because of the reduction of available Asian capital. But that little problem does not stop the continued transportation of the bails in from the farm fields. The process has seen the distant fields cleared first as the truckers work their way in closer. This load on the right was arriving late Wednesday afternoon. Tisdale Alfalfa Dehydration did make some cubes and is expected to make more and in the mean time these bails are for sale.