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Roy Chapin 179563 155 moving hay either
moving hay
Moving some of our hay from the field to the barn Which is
in short supply this summer due to our extemely dry spring

Re: moving hay
Nice pic, Roy. Looks like scenic country. Didn't realize you
guys had a rain shortage. I assume that's the reason for
short hay crop.
Re: moving hay
Yes, this is the driest spring in over 100 years and in May
we get only ,50" and it is the driest since 1930. This is
the reason for the brown fields. And to think we fought mud
all winter and wanted a dry spell

How are things in the NW US?

Re: moving hay
I guess we've had the opposite. One of the driest winter and
early springs ever. Then it wouldn't stop raining. Barely
got crop in. Rain is nice now, but if it rains alot in
harvest like last year, I could loose 1/2 of the value of
the wheat crop like last year. Tough business to be in
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