What do you mean you never see hay fields, they are everywhere! Well, actually Cadillac is crappy and mostly sand so no you wouldn't see much for good fields. The hay is out where we are, Missaukee county. I have a little 1st cut timothy hay and mostly second cut half alfalfa hay. We get squares for $2.75 and 600 pound rounds for $25. This is well below the going rate, it seems to average more $3.50 for squares and $40 for rounds.
Yes, I do have Beyond Blonde at stud to outside mares.
Thanks for the luck! Thus far the stallion has produced a palomino filly, a chestnut rabicano filly and a chestnut filly. I told him to keep on going with the fillies. I have these two girls confirmed in foal to him and possibly my Percheron mare for late fall (pictured in avatar with him)