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Jean_B

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Well, the move is scheduled for the end of August. And I'm looking for someone that produces good quality, clean hay. Any suggestions, let me know. THANKS!
 

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We have been VERY VERY dry here in Arkansas. I am NorthCentral in the Ozark foothills and I think we are about 8"+ below normal and our "normal" isn't very much.......

We make our own hay but this year I think I am also going to have to buy some extra as it did not make as much.

There is a place in El Paso, AR that has Great hay, I am going to call them and see if they are going to have any for sale that is not already called for - not sure just how much rain they have gotten this year, they are over an hour south of me. If they have some I will let you know.
 

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We got a load from El Paso a couple of weeks ago, they are supposed to call us when the hay is ready to cut again, do you want me to call you when they let us know?
 

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JMS, is the hay expensive from that place? We're only a couple hours from Rogersville. Wonder if they'll let you pick it up, or if they only deliver?
 

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Thanks for the info !! Yes, I just came back from closing on the new place and saw how dry everything is. I'm sure hay prices will be sky-rocketing, dad-gum it!! Thank goodness my "herd" is half the size it used to be!
 

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