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Re: What kind of a Hay year are you having?
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Compared to last year, we had some good June weather, and earlier, so there was a lot more opportunities to produce some quality hay, hopefully people took advantage of it, last year was a complete wash out, first cut was way too late, so depending on ones needs, say for horses, was not a good year, this one seems to be much better and 2nd cut ought to be nice with the timely rains, it typically dries out late July, into August, from memory, so if you got the first in, good chance you may get subsequent cuttings, all weather dependent, but that is how its gone in the past lately.
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