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There's hay being harvested now

We've had some tough haying weather the last couple of weeks, but we're seeing some new first cut hay coming of of the fields around us. We've been eagerly waiting to ship new crop hay to our customers as quickly as we can, but it needs time to cure once it's reached the barns. If you're a customer of first cut hay from us, expect new crop hay in the very near future, and if you're a second cut hay customer, we think that there will be new crop hay ready in the next 3-4 weeks.

In the meantime, take a look at one of our largest producers running their 2 baling rigs on a great afternoon.

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