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Re: Really didn't need that

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JD Farmer

07-07-2014 09:19:57

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Well I feel for you guys up there. That much rain this time of year is just too much, trying to make hay between mud holes is no fun.
We have had it pretty nice down here in SE Ohio. Even so I fought the tuff hay all weekend to the point I wondered why I was even trying. Sun totally went away after noon yesterday, even sprinkled a few drops, but I didn't give up. The second cutting hay was completely cured out and ready to bale, so at the last minute we manage to get it baled and then stacked it all on edge crisscross with fans going and on all my wagons and trailers. We have a nice breeze this morning and no humidity, and it seems to be drying out very nicely.
The good news is we saved all the leaves and it's real pretty right now. Bales are loose and will be on the light side, but that's better than junk hay.

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Keith Molden

07-07-2014 12:55:43

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 Re: Really didn't need that in reply to JD Farmer, 07-07-2014 09:19:57  
Hey JD, We got 420 square bales done this past Saturday. Thank Goodness it's all in the building and that's the end of first cutting. The way we've had to cut this year, second will be starting to be ready in some of the fields in a couple of weeks. But by doing it in small bunches and with luck nothing got wet before we got it baled. Now all I have to do is get it sold before 2nd cutting so I have someplace to put it. I know I've asked you before but my memory is getting pretty short, where are you located? Keith

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