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post #11 of 23 Old 03-05-2012, 11:35 AM
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Dang, what's all that white stuff?

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post #12 of 23 Old 03-05-2012, 03:48 PM
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I honestly feel for you, but it could have been worse...I've seen more than one person drop a bale out of the bed of their truck and have it roll downhill into their pond....

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post #13 of 23 Old 03-05-2012, 03:53 PM
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Dang, what's all that white stuff?
Horse cocaine.

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That is why I refuse to pick them up. I'm terrified I'll slide off the road or it will fall out. I always make husband get them! I keep them in the barn though and peel them for the horses twice a day. I can get a month out of them that way.

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That is why I refuse to pick them up. I'm terrified I'll slide off the road or it will fall out. I always make husband get them! I keep them in the barn though and peel them for the horses twice a day. I can get a month out of them that way.
Hmmmm, and I'm sure his life insurance policy is up to date, eh?

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post #17 of 23 Old 03-05-2012, 06:59 PM
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ha what we do for our babies. I bought a 1000 lb roundbale on feb 23rd and I still have a bit lefty for clean up and I have my three on it. But by the looks of the picture im going to say 10 days for them
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ha what we do for our babies. I bought a 1000 lb roundbale on feb 23rd and I still have a bit lefty for clean up and I have my three on it. But by the looks of the picture im going to say 10 days for them
I would love for a roundbale to last 10 days!!! I like your guesstimate, however they already got a good chunk gone & it's only been a day. Yes the hay lasts waaaay longer keeping it in the barn & pitchforking it off, but this is for the convenience of my son who will be housesitting when I am gone for a few days. And I am still mad at my husband, he should've come down the hill in 4Wheel Low, that's what it there for! He said I was rushing him??? He was leaving for his convention at noon yesterday, so when am I supposed to get the bale? A week before? It would already be gone by the time I met him in Vancouver! Men! By the way, his horse (the loud colored paint) is the major hay inhaler.
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We have been paying that for #1500 grass rounds recently. Without the towtruck driver.
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We have been paying that for #1500 grass rounds recently. Without the towtruck driver.
Where are you from? That's pretty pricey for a round bale. WOW I only pay 30$ a round bale delivered. Don't have to worrie about losing it off my pickup so iam glad we get ours delivered.
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