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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
Yep, VERY rainy and VERY nasty over here in Katy, too xD our arena is 6" under water, the rest of the farm is a muddy soup. The poor filly I'm rehabilitating has thrush and can't really go outside because its so wet, and my mare and foal are standing is three inches of mud. I'm wary of complaining though...you have to admit this is better than NO rain AT ALL for an entire year and having hay prices sky rocket. We're getting hay right now for only $110 a round bale!
The bad thing about that though, is that our truck and trailer gets stuck in the mud, so we've had to hand-roll each and every round bales from the front of our farm to each pasture (some are at the end of 40 acres, and over an almost-flooded bridge). Talk about lots of mud! And the further you roll it, the less hay is usable, but the more it weighs >.> and if you stop for even a moment, the bale starts sinking in the mud!
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