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Discussion Board - Drought Yield.

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07-13-2012 11:21:17

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Had to cut my alfalfa Wednesday. It had a bout 50 % blossom, but plants were various height from 12 inches to 29 inches. Just came in from baling it. 400LBS PER ACRE! Look at all the twinw I saved :) Great big thunderstorm dropped 1.5 inches of rain 19 miles due west of me last evening.

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07-13-2012 13:10:19

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 Re: Drought Yield. in reply to GordoSD, 07-13-2012 11:21:17  
if I recall correctly,weve had 1/4" since the first of june, and was dry before that. A few folks getting pretty good rain but just in spots.

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07-13-2012 11:37:06

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 Re: Drought Yield. in reply to GordoSD, 07-13-2012 11:21:17  
Looks like I'm gonna have to go back to work next week. Went and checked the oats,they're just about ready. Checked the hay where I took first cutting between June 9 and 13. We had an inch and a half of rain June 16 and 18 that brought it back pretty quick,so that's about in need of being cut too. Seeing a few buds on it,so it's a toss up between oats and hay first. I'm thinking oats since the hay could still get a little growth on it.

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