- May 26, 2003
- Tyler, Texas
- Several, all used and abused.
Our last cutting of the year be it the 3rd or 4th is usually shorter grass and therefore not stemmy which is what I have always found that horses like best, also don't be afraid of hay with a little native grass mixed in such as crabgrass, most horse people will turn their noses up at it but put a roll of all coastal and one with some crabgrass mix in the lot and see which roll they stay at, it won't be the coastal till the other roll is gone. Good luck. Charlie.
You don't need to follow them, you need to find out where they are coming from. Do you have a CB?I'm seeing 18 wheelers hauling hay almost every day. Sometimes there is three of them on a row going down the highway. I've been tempted to follow them, but so far, I haven't, but if it gets any worse, I just might!!!!
Eddie, I drove by and they have a good bit left. I did see a few older bales but most looked pretty fresh. Hope that helps! :thumbsup:
Yes, that's a big help. I will try to get by there later on this week.
We drove to Ennis TX last night to pick up one of our dogs from our handler and we saw at least a dozen places with hay for sale. Most of it looked really rough, but there was one place that had two separate stacks with the price of $60 on the stuff that was falling apart, and $90 on the stuff that looked pretty tight. From the looks of the fields, I'm thinking it's all mostly cow hay, but if worse comes to worse, I might have to go there.