- Feb 25, 2005
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The brother and I have a business venture for the summer. The people Dad used to do haying for have gone out of farming so instead of the two of us getting jobs from after seeding until we start harvest, we'll make our pocket money doing this. All our machinery costs are covered. We've got a three year old mower conditioner and Hesston baler. My brother and I have been operators in our haying operation for a combined total of 13 years. I did 1000 acres on my own at the feedlot I was working at last summer. We are young but skilled, and we were raised by the belief of doint it right the first time, or not at all. What does everyone charge? Anyone have any tips/tricks? Or experiences they'd like to share? Think people will shy away from a business run and operated by a 20 year old and a 17 year old?