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    08-27-2012, 10:41 PM
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It's also a matter of moving equipment so hopefully you can find someone nearby. Usually the one doing the hay gets 2/3 or the crop of the cash. That's fine if it's needed. Both of you would have to decide on a cash value and you pay him the value and take home all the hay. If there is excess it's your call to keep or sell it. If you keep it can you store it properly, out of the weather? No one will consider you pushy if you just ask whomever if they would cut your hay and that you'd be willing to work out an amicable arrangement.
     
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