Hay’s Down

Finally a week without rain, they were able to cut the brome today.  Unlike alfalfa (and the yard!), which you can get multiple cuttings, brome is only cut one time.

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I’m going to miss the tallgrass, it provided a shelter for my butterfly garden.

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The hay is left to dry for a few days, then it will be baled into large round bales, with the Kansas winds it will dry quickly.

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5 thoughts on “Hay’s Down

    1. Debra Farmer Post author

      Thanks Jessica. That is my view of the beautiful Kansas prairie and farm ground. I like wide open spaces, not quite as wide open as Western Kansas where you can see yesterday and tomorrow☺

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