Topic: Discussion Board - Re: Free? Hay
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my opinion ,maybe, if you could find a steady market for the hay.But i doubt youll pay for new equipment. my advice would be to buy the very best baler you could ,thats the real money maker and the one youll have most problems with over time.next if you could find a good swather,either drag type or self propelled you save money in the long run because you cut out some of the steps needed in making good hay. another way, i believe personally,might be to see if the gentleman would let you graze this off.sort of cut out the middle steps and put your inputs straight into beef.raise a few calves up to a size ready to put in a feed lot,and sell them in the fall.maybe put one in the freezer for yourself.thats always a money maker,or sweeten the deal with him by offering a half a beef for him and his daughter.properly done you can make thirty acres pay,but the rub is making the payments on your equipment.nothing is set in stone there you just sort of have to go on faith.
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