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#3691881 - 06/15/14 08:41 PM Re: Hay [Re: JandSCattleCo]
duckriver
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 Originally Posted By: JandSCattleCo
Dads burned up. Too much rain and not able to get in the fields and it's just thin and the tips are gone.


That's what we are seeing too. I cut 30 acres this morning and had to skip the low spots because water was standing. They are calling for storms this weekend so this is our only window. The spots I left will just get cut on the 2nd cutting. I'm just worried if we have a drought after a weak first cut their will be a shortage


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#3691882 - 06/15/14 08:42 PM Re: Hay [Re: duckriver]
redblood
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 Originally Posted By: duckriver
Anyone else's very thin this year? I think the extreme cold and longer than normal winter stunted its growth. The field behind my house made 54 on the first cut last year. This year made 28


yep, even with the rainfall, we are averaging 60% of last yr. the cool spring killed us
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#3691884 - 06/15/14 08:42 PM Re: Hay [Re: JandSCattleCo]
chebuck
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It was thin early but good quality. But now it has thickened up with all the rain it has caused good under growth. There has been a little winter kill in the bermuda and alf-alfa.
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#3691886 - 06/15/14 08:43 PM Re: Hay [Re: JandSCattleCo]
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Not good around here. Late spring and very little rain. Probably won't even be a second cutting.
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#3691888 - 06/15/14 08:48 PM Re: Hay [Re: shopson]
duckriver
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Anybody heard how much its going for this year? By my figures I have $40 bucks per roll in what I got so far 5x6 rolls. That would get ugly fast if a man had to buy it at that rate
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#3691909 - 06/15/14 09:35 PM Re: Hay [Re: JandSCattleCo]
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thin around the fields that I know we aren't cutting any this year. but everyone I have talked to it isn't looking to good right now.
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#3692187 - 06/16/14 11:39 AM Re: Hay [Re: duckriver]
redblood
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 Originally Posted By: duckriver
Anybody heard how much its going for this year? By my figures I have $40 bucks per roll in what I got so far 5x6 rolls. That would get ugly fast if a man had to buy it at that rate


that's high. at 40 bucks a roll, you should graze it and buy your hay at 25-30 a roll nd save your diesel fuel
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#3692322 - 06/16/14 03:26 PM Re: Hay [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: duckriver
Anybody heard how much its going for this year? By my figures I have $40 bucks per roll in what I got so far 5x6 rolls. That would get ugly fast if a man had to buy it at that rate


that's high. at 40 bucks a roll, you should graze it and buy your hay at 25-30 a roll nd save your diesel fuel


Yep. Normally this field produces 50-55 rolls. Only got 28 this year. Which is why my cost shot up. I cut some yesterday that I hope produces better
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#3692324 - 06/16/14 03:28 PM Re: Hay [Re: duckriver]
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What we fertilized was excellent. The stuff that saw no fertilizer is sad thin.
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#3692412 - 06/16/14 05:56 PM Re: Hay [Re: JandSCattleCo]
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 Originally Posted By: JandSCattleCo
Dads burned up. Too much rain and not able to get in the fields and it's just thin and the tips are gone.
We had one window in may and didn't get to cut it. Now our first cutting is terrible. Be lucky to get 1 good cutting this year \:\(
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