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Discussion Board - Its still dry here!

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Animal

11-16-2012 05:27:10
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I am going to mow some more hay today, its short and it won't make much, but the draught is far from over here. If we have any kind of winter we will need all that we can get. I am thinking this will be the last of what I can get, but their are lots of folks scrounging for hay....




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jddriver

11-19-2012 20:48:55
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 Re: Its still dry here! in reply to Animal, 11-16-2012 05:27:10  
make sure you do to somebody what you accused the church of doing



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Animal

11-20-2012 05:02:02
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 Re: Its still dry here! in reply to jddriver, 11-19-2012 20:48:55  
I am sorry, my religion does not swing that way..



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MF Poor

11-17-2012 10:34:43
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 Re: Its still dry here! in reply to Animal, 11-16-2012 05:27:10  
How dry is it here you ask? It's so dry that when it does rain, the drops stir up dust.

I planted a tree for the Mrs last week. Dug a hole about 30" deep and was bringing up powder dry dust.



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hayray

11-17-2012 02:32:42
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 Re: Its still dry here! in reply to Animal, 11-16-2012 05:27:10  
We have over a week of no rain forecasted so I started cutting hay again.



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old

11-16-2012 17:38:12
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 Re: Its still dry here! in reply to Animal, 11-16-2012 05:27:10  
Yep a catch 22 we need a good cold snowy winter but then if we get that many will be hurting for hay. Both my spring feed lakes are almost dry. One the spring is still running but not real good and the other the spring has stopped so it is pretty dry. We need a good week of rain about an inch a day nice and slow but steady



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Brendon-KS

11-16-2012 17:06:14
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 Re: Its still dry here! in reply to Animal, 11-16-2012 05:27:10  
We got about an inch of rain in my neck of the woods last weekend and the wheat was needing it bad. But, it will take a BUNCH of precipitation to replenish the subsoil moisture and refill pasture ponds. A two year drought doesn't get erased with one or two rain/snow events.



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donjr

11-16-2012 17:05:21
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 Re: Its still dry here! in reply to Animal, 11-16-2012 05:27:10  
It isn't dry here, but I'm trying to stretch my feed throught the winter- the horsey set is gobbling up what I have stored fast enough to make me want to keep cutting until it freezes up. I'll cut it green, let it dry as much as it will, then roll up just enough to feed for a few days. It's still green, and the cows chow down on it. And summer hay is still in the barn...



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Erik Ks farmer

11-16-2012 15:07:01
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 Re: Its still dry here! in reply to Animal, 11-16-2012 05:27:10  
You get any of that rain Saturday night/ Sunday morning? we got 1.25", enough to help the wheat along and bring back my fescue pasture. Still dry enough today that I think I'm going to hook on to the plow and go after terraces in the morning.



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Animal

11-17-2012 15:21:12
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 Re: Its still dry here! in reply to Erik Ks farmer, 11-16-2012 15:07:01  
We got an inch and three quarter out of that rain, it fell right, but I am like Ia. Gary, five or six more will not hurt a thing....



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Larry NEIL

11-16-2012 11:05:52
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 Re: Its still dry here! in reply to Animal, 11-16-2012 05:27:10  
You got that right Animal! The drought is definatly NOT over in my neck of the woods. Ponds are still 3'+ low and hay is not moving vertically at all. Another snowless winter and next year won't look so good either.
Larry NEIL



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Animal

11-17-2012 15:18:35
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 Re: Its still dry here! in reply to Larry NEIL, 11-16-2012 11:05:52  
Larry, You are right, the ponds around here are almost bone dry and that is almost as serious as a feed shortage.



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