Tuesday, August 28, 2012



We had to store the hay in the horse barn.  We did buy a building to store our hay in, but at this time we are still waiting for them to call and deliver it.  So far I still have two open stalls, but it looks like I won't have a horse barn by the end of this weekend.  When and if the hay barn gets delivered, we will be storing the equipment in it for this year.  Hopefully if we fill the stalls, we will use that hay first for feeding and hopefully I won't need the stalls for a while.  I usually don't put the horses in unless we get some nasty weather.   One thing nice though is that we should not have to buy hay this year and will have enough of our own hay to feed all winter until it is haying time again. We usually end up buying hay every year.  I will give up the horse stalls if it means no buying hay!

Hope you all had a great day.

7 comments:

threecollie said...

What a great problem to have!

Terry and Linda said...

That hay looks really good and you look like you are set for winter!


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Crystal said...

It really is a nice feeling to not have to buy hay!

Alouise said...

Speanking of feelings, how is your shoulder? Getting stronger, I hope!

Shirley said...

What a great feeling to be able to put up enough hay for your animals for the winter. Looks good!

Far Side of Fifty said...

Way to go! You are lucky from the sounds of it many people will be buying expensive hay this year:(

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Wow! Such an abundance of hay. I know many people who would love to have that 'problem' of having 'too much' hay and nowhere to store it but in the horse barn. lol!

I'm one of them! :D

!Lisa