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Re: Oh no! It's Friday

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I cut some hay today, but I'm already done with that. Tomorrow is a birthday party for my youngest who'll be 1 on Monday. Hopefully after that I can get out to the farm to start chopping 1/2 & 1/2 loads of corn & hay.
Got 8 loads of corn left, and I cut about 10 acres of hay that was thick enough to warrant cutting. Had a good killing frost last night, a few frosts earlier in the week, and I could tell it was just starting to wilt. With any luck we can fill the 9 x 135 we got coming. The corn is definately drier than it was on Monday night...

Donovan from Wisconsin
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 Re: Oh no! It's Friday in reply to Don-Wi, 10-25-2013 16:07:08  
Ya,we had frost yesterday morning and a hard killing freeze this morning so the pastures are done. That's why I figured I'd better get those calves off the cows and give the old girls a rest now that the green feed is history. I've been feeding two round bales a day for going on six weeks now. If I don't get those calves off the cows pronto I'll be feeding four a day.

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