Happy Monday! If anyone has rain, send it over here. Going to get another huge load of round coastal bales and some 1000lbs square bales of alfalfa (shipped in from N Dakota - no blister beetles!) and we will be set until next summer. I hate worrying about hay- it gives me anxiety when we get low. Like DBA said, hay will be scarce this fall and even more so on into next spring - they say we are going into a nasty drought this winter and might even get an El Nino in the spring so it might be growing but be too wet to cut. However, that is GREAT news for us gardeners! But not for our horses who will have to stand in more mud. You say 'mud' to my yellow horse, and he will develop an abscess instantly.
Hubby is off today - here with me and my youngest. He took the big kid into school and let me lay in bed for an extra hour to take my time waking up. Came back with his favorite Starbucks and a big Rt 44 sweet tea from Sonic for me.
The day is off to a good start!