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Early March Weather

We're hard at work ensuring that all of our customers are able to get hay when they need it. This morning we loaded early for one of our customers in Florida. The weather here is abnormally warm right now, and we're hoping that doesn't change much in the next few weeks.

It's a bit muddy as you can see from this picture, but it beats the alternative of being knee (or further) deep in snow.

We're hoping to be able to post some video this week of us loading trucks, so come back soon and there should be some great footage of us loading for other customers.

If you still need hay this season, please reach out to us, our information is in the contact section of our page.

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