This time of the year is when the craziness starts. The moment we cut the pastures or oats, to make hay, it’s like some gremlin inhabits the farm and makes everyone mad.
To get really good quality hay, it’s best if it doesn’t get a rain on it, before it’s in bales. The Boss is checking the weather every few hours and scanning the sky for clouds.
Hay is important during the summer months to feed all these hungry critters…
Someone needs to work out how to bottle the smell – I’m sure it would sell in litres if they could. Especially pasture hay – it smells like honey.
There’s loads of jokes going around about Fifty Rolls in the Hay… It’s not all it’s cracked up to be. Just Sayin’.