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Re: Just got 2 new hay burners

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Billy NY

07-06-2013 15:10:52

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Now you'll need 1 extra round bale each ! LOL !

How is your haying going, farmer friend near me, his sons can only do it after work or time off, finally got dry enough weather, nice breeze moderate humidity and he's got a few hundred acres, a lot of it in nice stands, just no way to do it all at once, I rode by and saw 2 fields of nice hay all raked and ready to bale, he mostly does round bales.

Have to ask how is your garden ?

I've finally kept the deer off my sweet corn, and though a couple rows have skips, late planting its taking right off, only thing not doing well is egg plant, and it was planted with the right nutrients etc, all that rain.

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07-06-2013 18:40:50

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 Re: Just got 2 new hay burners in reply to Billy NY, 07-06-2013 15:10:52  
I have around 35-40 big rounds done so far and still have hay in the field need to be baled and also some needing to be cut. Did 5 big round this evening then cut hay for an hour or so and will bale it on Monday but do small squares then.
As for the garden things are not doing well. Was to cool then got hot then cool again so have lots of plants but very little to pick so far. Green tomato's all over Squash not doing well and some even dieing off for some reason. Beans also slow but have cooked a few just last night

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