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Posted by Shane on January 23, 2003 at 06:58:14 from (

I was reading Farm Journal the other day and noticed something that made me cry I was laughing so hard. On page 34 of the Jan issue there is an article about a hay prices. The article states that Raymond, a hay broker can't figure out the hay markets, auction prices are up but he hasn't sold hardly any hay. Let me tell you what made me laugh. If you have the mag. look at the picture. That hay isn't worth $0.50 a bale. There is dust rolling off the pickup wagon, and that hay is so brown that my beef cows would laugh if I tried to feed it to them. And notice how long it has been in the field, the rows sat there long enough for the next cutting to grow to several inches high, and he is just now picking it up. What kind of fool can't figure out why no one is calling this guy for hay! I mean come on people, get real. Just my opinion, By the way what is hay selling for in your neck of the woods? Shane.

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