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Discussion Board - Re: Drought

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02-16-2013 17:38:00

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Still way behind down here at the lake of the Ozarks also but at least my 2 small lakes are sort of filling up but not full by any means. I am down to 7 big round bales of hay and 3 small squares but that will last me till spring unless we do not get enough rain the have hay and if that happens we are all in trouble

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Larry NEIL

02-16-2013 21:28:42

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 Re: Drought in reply to old, 02-16-2013 17:38:00  
Same way here. Ponds filled up in the last 3 weeks, but the ground is still bone dry. Last year made 1/3 the amount of hay we normally make for the first cut. There basically wasn't a second or third cutting to speak of.

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02-17-2013 08:30:51

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 Re: Drought in reply to Larry NEIL, 02-16-2013 21:28:42  
Ya most years I stop baling before the hay barn is full but last year barn never did get full due to lack of hay to bale due to being to dry. When I bale hay I do so till the barn is full and then if some one wants the stuff still in the field I will bale it but other wise it stays in the field for the horses and deer etc

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