I run both a discbine and a tedder, sometimes it still isnt enough. But, with that said, we also run straight disc mowers and sometimes ted, sometimes not. As business has grown, I've got 3 mowers on the road, and only 2 tedders, which I dont like to run up and down the highway. They live a hard life as it is.
1st cutting grass hay, burnt up red clover, and some weeds and white clover in it, first week of August. Cut with a regular disc mower, raked the next day, baled the next. Other places, not unheard of to cut one day, let lay the next, rake the next, then flip and bale in 2 hours the next. I've put up a lot of good hay without either the haybine or the tedder that way.