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Oldtimers $40.00 a ton hay

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Lonecowboy

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$40.00 a ton hay and $4-5-6-7-$8???? a gallon fuel.
why I'll buy all of that I can find and graze my hay fields this summer.

How about it oldtimer- can you post an ad for me?
 
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Lonecowboy said:
$40.00 a ton hay and $4-5-6-7-$8???? a gallon fuel.
why I'll buy all of that I can find and graze my hay fields this summer.

How about it oldtimer- can you post an ad for me?

I just did- that website has many with hay for sale..... Some of that listed is $40 T for 2010 hay- $50T or OBO on some last years stuff.....Check out the Free Trader (covers eastern MT)- thats what had the $65 T ads last week...Call the Glasgow Stockyards- they had several folks listed on the bulletin board with hay for sale the last time I was there.. That is also where they had the last hay auction- where the hay sold for $28.50 a bale--good tested grass/alfalfa (guaranteed to weigh 1100 to 1250 a bale)- they may know of some more....
 

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I posted that before, but oldtimer still insists there is $40.00 to $50.00 a ton hay around, of course if there is it is 2010 hay with no nutritional value, even he admits that,, strictly filler hay,,
 

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But to tout old, moldy hay as a sign of good economic times is a joke..... :roll:
 

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