They'll eat it, :)... I had some wet nasty slimey stuff a few years ago. Similar situation only it was alfalfa in a bottom, weather guesser lied and it was cloudy for 3 days with a week of rain coming. That bottom will stand water until the creek gets below the drain tile outlets. Main thing I found with it was when its that wet it doesnt acidify so it spoils fast when the tube is open. Gets a vile butryic acid fermentation. Ended up selling it to a dairyman. Protein test was 24 pct and his cows ate it but it lasted 3-4 days tops out of the tube.
I'll let you know if I hear of anything. I might see if I can take a gander over that way at what kind of loading set up he has. That will affect what kind of trucking I need to look for. I talked to one hot shot today that hauls wire coils under the radar, they are getting $3.50 per loaded mile for trucks and goosenecks. I know I can run it cheaper than that for you if we can figure out how to get it on my freightliner flat bed straight truck, even with the fuel permits.