OKLAHOMA CITY (AP)--Wildfires that have blackened pastures across Oklahoma have added another worry for ranchers trying to figure out how to feed their livestock over the winter.

Many ranchers already were concerned after this summer's drought dried ponds, reduced the size of the hay crop and forced ranchers to begin feeding hay to their livestock earlier than normal.

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