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Thank you Ank.
Thank you PLG.
Nice set, CM! Thank you!
Thank you shirley. ( :
LOL Robbie. Illinois is a looooong state Robbie. I am way south. I know the counties in the northern part and the ones down here, but not the ones in between. That price is really high. I'm sure it has a lot to do with the drought.
hahahaha,,,,,yes, she does, robbie!
Chickie it is between Peoria and St. Louis in Illinois, don't you live in Illinois?
Good one, Thanks chickiemama.
Whoa Robbie! That's a lot. Is Macoupin County in Bermuda? If so, that would explain the high price. Not many options for people who need them.
OK. that I can see. I we thinking one of the rectangle ones. Alfalfa is more expensive I think.
I really like this picture chickie, thanks. There are 8 bales of Alfalfa for $130.00 each in Macoupin County. These are big round bales, not sure if that is good or not. Net wrapped, no delivery!
The BIG round ones morris.
Mooooo back at ya Celeste.
For a bale?
I found them to be from $35 to $80 each. Morris. It prob. depends on what type of grasses/alfalfa etc., and if it's been rained on.
Wow. And if they use a semi load, why not.
The other neighbors told me but I forgot. Go figure. Maybe I can find it online. The people across the road have horses and said it is cheaper to get a semi load from Mississippi than to buy it locally.
What's a bale of hay going for this year? Something tells me that the price is up.
As long a** it's not mine on display punkie.
An a** kind of day in the world of jigidi!
Hi morris. The pasture is quite a few acres, but I think the drought really took a toll on it. There are a lot of cattle, horses, mules and goats sharing the pasture. I see they put big round bales out there for them.
Doesn't look like there is much for them to graze on.
I'll just ship them to you young man and you can keep your bridge.
They didn't want their identity know on Jigidi snooker.
Another rear view of critters. Must be the day for it. :)
You need a very big BBQ and a ramp. I place a little corn on the ramp and they go right up and on the BBQ. I happen to have a bridge you can purchase for very little down and a long time to pay.
It's just gettin' them on there that's a problem.
I love them too but on the BBQ with a little salt and butter.
...and they're all different colors!!
Thank you Graciela and jcarroll. Yes I do jcarroll.
Nice. Don't you just love watching cows? I do, chickie.
Nice picture chickie, I love cows, they are so peaceful!