MasseyFerg wrote:i bale mine cause you can't depend on custom balers to come when you want them, therefore your hay is too mature and not worth a dam. if u have bermuda grass and fertilize it well and cut it at the right time you can make 16-18% protien. So make your own hay and don't buy the $350 ton 20% high energy breeder cubes no more.
Caustic Burno wrote:Well I put up 40 rolls of fine rye grass clover hay to today. Best hay I ever baled my butt sat on a tractor seat just long enough to unload the trailer.
circlew wrote:Caustic Burno wrote:Well I put up 40 rolls of fine rye grass clover hay to today. Best hay I ever baled my butt sat on a tractor seat just long enough to unload the trailer.
CB I've already put my name in for 100 rolls at 25 dollars a roll. MY granddad didn't really need the hay this year. All I've got to do is help him rake it and haul it home and unload it. We rolled 37 Saturday. Small field but some places the ryegrass was waist deep.
Caustic Burno wrote:My cow's will let a bale of coastal rot if they have a choice between rye grass and coastal.
Suzie Q wrote:lol SSGenetics am I as clear as mud for being an Aussie? Language barrier?
I feed as much hay as I want during a drought, more than I 'need' to to just keep them alive.
I LOVE being able to feed out 10 round bales if I want to not just eek out 1 bale at a time.
That would not happen if we did not make our own hay.
TexasBred wrote:Caustic Burno wrote:My cow's will let a bale of coastal rot if they have a choice between rye grass and coastal.
CB I found out a few years ago my cows would do the same thing given the choice between coastal and maize stalks. The coastal was the last thing they wanted.
Seems like a lot of people think that just because its coastal its great. Thing about it is that coastal is premium if you take really good care of it. If you dont take care of it, its as sorry as can be
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