I'm really stressing here, too. I have enough in the loft for January and February (roughly 120 bales), and enough on the ground and in three different trailers for September and October. I have yet to find anything for November, December, or the months in the spring before hay is cut.
The same hay that was sold for $3-3.50 last year is $10 this year, and that's if you can find it. Our farmers only got one cutting from the same fields they usually get two or three from. We're considering round bales, but my horses tear through those in no time and we have no room to store them. A very real possibility is traveling to one of our border states to bring it back on a flatbed, but most of the states around us were in drought for the growing season, too.
Of course, as I type this it's pouring rain outside, and has been for the past week. Too bad it couldn't have been like this in July!