Hay nose

We’ve had a couple of really nicely coolish days (I’m not sure “really nicely coolish” is proper English, but I’m going with it). Highs only in the 80’s and nights in the 50’s. The animals don’t seem to notice one way or the other. There was a tiny snafu during the hay cutting a couple …

Haying the pastures

It’s mid- July. It’s hot with no rain in sight. It’s time for hay! Our wonderful neighbors to the south have lots of tall, stout, mountain horses that are used to hunt in the backcountry during the fall. So they have big winter hay needs. And they have haying equipment. We just have one fat …