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Discussion Board - Re: cut my hay (weeds)

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08-20-2012 19:28:51

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It has never been this dry in my life 66 yrs. Our County corn average is pegged at 28 bu. We are baling everything in sight, including some crp. We got 125 4X5 round bales from 40 acres. A lot of weeds, but some brown grass. Baled it the same day we mowed it. I just mow 10 to 15 acres a day. Sold it all to neighbors for $25. They are glad to get it.

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08-21-2012 06:02:51

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 Re: cut my hay (weeds) in reply to VicS, 08-20-2012 19:28:51  
We have a lot of wet meadows up here in Northern NY that grow nothing but Reed Canary Grass. Not bad feed if you get it young, but it's too wet to get to most of it before late June most years. My neighbor has access to several hundred, dead flat, rock free, acres and makes large round bedding bales. Every winter he complains because for all the work and $$$ he put;s into corn and sorghum and hay and boughten feed, as soon as the grinder start spitting out that Canary grass the cows leave the other stuff and start chomping down their bedding!
This post was edited by Bret4207 at 06:03:30 08/21/12.

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