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Dave wrote: ↑
Sun May 17, 2020 1:35 pm
I wish someone would go to cutting hay here. We could use the rain.
We got a good splash last night, doesn't amount to much, probably 1/4" or so, but it sure took the clouds of pine pollen out of the air
Dang, that sucks hitting a calf with the swather
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I wonder if you have or have access to a thermal scope you could scan a field before rolling out to try and not do that?
Green grass cures alot of ills.
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Brute 23 wrote: ↑
Sun May 17, 2020 12:55 pm
Is that common for cattle to be in hay fields while cutting?
Usually not sir.
Theres a hot wire on that guys place but u know calves....
He was very nice about it. Nicer than I can imagine honestly. I did run a calf outt there about 6 hours n4 that happens. Just couldnt shut it down fast enough.
Crossbred for high bread vinegar....