THIEVES ARE REPORTED to be having a field day carting off 800-pound bales of grass from plantations.
President of the Barbados Beef and Dairy Producers Association, Brian Allan, is blaming the stealing of the hay on the drought and he expects more to take place.
“They were never stolen before but now . . . you can’t even leave bales as well in the fields anymore,” said Allan.
His latest loss came in at about $800 in rolled dry grass, with each bale costing around $100.
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