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Full Hay Barn

Jason has been getting antsy as we usually have first cutting hay filling up our barns by mid to late May. This year it has been more difficult to source quality hay. The hay field yields in our area are down due to drought damage from last year, prices are up, and many people didn’t get their first cutting off as quickly as normal due to weather. All of these things added up to us having 2.5 of our 3 hay barns being empty.

Thankfully we began to rectify that today. We put a dozen large loads of hay into two of our hay barns today. We’re far from done filling our farm up, but we’re a lot closer than we were this morning. Our goal is always to fill our barns up with first cutting hay in the spring, and since building our third hay barn last year we can now store a year’s supply of hay.  We will both sleep better tonight knowing that not only did we put a lot of hay in the barns today, there is even more coming tomorrow.

a big load of fresh hay is always a welcome site on any farm; we saw this site about a dozen times today


Of our three hay barns, this one is now full and another is well on its way


Rip and Revy


Renatta and Dolly


King and Trigger


Cuffie and Lily




Charlotte and Calimba


We like them lined up and orderly at feeding times; Mick, Johnny, Happy, Lighty and Sam




Walon and Roho


Walden and Fabrizzio


Fabrizzio, Remmy and Duesy


Duesy, Baner, Hesse and Bruno


Baner, Bruno, Hesse, Cino and Havana

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