Then you can haul it down to Texas and make a fortune. With our short supply of hay right now, you can sell square bales for at least ten bucks a piece, and round bales for over a hundred.
Shhh not too loud. I don't want the guy I buy my round bales from to hear that. I get 2000 pound round bales of alfalfa delivered for $55 each. Small squares of alfalfa probably bring between $3 and $4, with grass hay bringing less. I'll be putting up grass hay myself.
I'm going to fence in about 1/4 of my hay ground for extra pasture. I plan on having one neighbor bring his bobcat over and dig post holes for me. I figure if I give him 30 or so small square bales for his horses he'll be happy, and I won't have to dig the holes by hand.
Yeah, I find it funny that people are still feeding coastal around here. You can get good, irrigated alfalfa from Vernon or California for not much more than what coastal was before the drought. Not to mention, it's so much better for the animals. Now that it's cheaper to feed alfalfa, people still aren't doing it.
"Yes like I said it all boils down to morals. What you think is right doesn't make a person wrong because they think different