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bales , ewe &lambs , stacking hay

jodywy

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Bales along the Sulpher Spring Road that goes up to the Carribiou NF

behind our house alot of bales in the draw between the two hills.

might be kind of flat on top but one still has to get them off the hill

thing about only being able to dump the bales out where they will not roll is they get bunched up good for loading

nice lamb

thicker lamb, good momma

the ewe was raised as a bum so she think she needs to help unload each load.

those 4 high one are just so so to get up and in place

hay shed has seen a few years

few more loads and then to the next shed
 

gcreekrch

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Nice crop and up in good shape Jody. Lambs look good too.

We're getting close to starting, clear and a freeze drying -8C here this morning.
 

miocene

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thanks for the weather report gcreek. haven't been outside yet but the sky is clearing and it feels cool. maybe now haying can get started.for real.instead of silage wrapping everything.
 

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last place for spring to come,first place for winter to come,-8 thats just wrong. you might be able to hay on the ice sooner than you think :wink:
 

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hayguy said:
last place for spring to come,first place for winter to come,-8 thats just wrong. you might be able to hay on the ice sooner than you think :wink:

Haven't really changed out of Mucks yet this year either. :roll:
 

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