Ruined hay :(

I cannot remember if I posted about our hay situation this week or not. Our hay guy cut it on Monday, it rained that evening. It was nearly dry yesterday and it down pours this morning and is suppose to rain tomorrow. The hay is ruined and it was such a good crop of hay. It is so hard when nature works against us. We were hoping to make a little money from our hay but no one wants hay that is rained on, especially horse people, of which there are many in our area.

Kind of sad....

8Theresa GouldChicago, Illinois
    :( And there's nothing else you can do with it. . :( What about a homeschool project? I have no idea what. How many acres did you lose?
    8Theresa Gould
    Our hay guy ended up selling it! So we made a little money. The guy that bought it had beef cattle and didn't care about the condition of the hay, which is amazing. He bought it right from the field so we did not have to do much with it other than turn it to dry when they did not come back a couple of days to do that.

    We have nearly 12 acres in hay. Probably closer to 10 now that we fenced some pasture out there.
      Melissa Middleton
      Ah, bummer. I know the rain here ruined much of our garden as it did last year.
      Wet hays molds easily, too. :/
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