Wednesday, January 13, 2016


Barn full of hay.

Yup, we have a barn full of round bales, along with our square bales.  We even have some stacked outside under tarps.  We have been trying to sell it, but no luck as of yet.  We have 15 inside we want to sell, and 7 outside ones.  Hopefully someone will snag them up before long.

We finally have a little snow on the ground and it has been pretty chilly today, with the wind chill factors.  We actually have been pretty darn mild for the north east.  I still say that we will get hammered in the next couple of months.  February seems to be the month we get our piles of snow on the ground.

Still trying to get book work done for taxes and get a system up and running on excel.  I am taking a quick refresher course on line for it.  It only cost me 10 dollars to get it.  Hopefully, I can have things done by next week.  That is what I get for waiting until the last minute to do things!

Hope you have a great evening.


Far Side of Fifty said...

Hope you can sell some hay, nice that most is stored inside. We see Semis of huge bales coming out of Canada headed someplace:)

Crystal said...

You need some cows to eat that hay :)

Shirley said...

It will sell eventually- probably in the spring when people are starting to run out. Do horse people in your area feed round bales?

lisa said...

Crystal, we used to have cows, but then with the hubby being gone all the time, I didn't want to have to deal with it all on my own.

Shirley, yes, people around here do feed their horses round bales. I also will, but I always leave it indoors, so that it does not mold and I feed it myself to them.

CountryMum said...

Now hay is something I am very familiar with, but not the snow and ice!
So glad that I found your blog. I will enjoy following you. Greetings from Australia.