Originally Posted by farmpony84
I asked my husband and he doesnt think you are going to be able to hay the same land they are turned out on. You'd be better off doing a sacrifice lot (which would be like a corral that you can shut the in that will more then likely always be dirt). Then have your pasture, and you can monitor your grass and keep it from being eaten down to much. Keep them up in the lot when it's really wet so they don't tear it up and also pull them off the grass entirely for the winter. Then if you can get yourself a 2 or 3 acre section that they are not on at all you can probably bail enough to get you through the year... hope that helps.
yeah you r probley right.
I guess it won't hurt that bad to buy a little hay.