Oh no Tam... I know why hay is expensive. I spent the better part of my youth dealing with it and flat refuse to stack hay now. Nothing like 300 - 400 square bales and a nice 102 degree Texas summer day to collect, move, & stack it on. UGH! Major props for doing what you do but I'll happily pay you to do the grunt work while the horses enjoy it.
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Originally Posted by alicen:
What serious breeder would think that a horse at that performance level is push button? Even so, that's still a lot of buttons to push.
Oh no Tamara. Our daughter lives in Franklin and she called last night and told us it took them 2 hours to go from the kennel to their home. And, she grew up in Wisconsin so it's not like she has not driven in the snow. Yuk, hope you dig out soon. Good luck.
(did they really think that was gonna go down your road today?)
well between our scrapers and the county's salt we have the main 1.5 mile pretty clean,we never thought someone would turn up the driveway back to the houses we never clean that part...
there are 4 trucks coming today,one in the ditch,one safe in the barn yard and 2 more en route
once unloaded they will have to lift the trailer back to the road bed,pull the semi out forward...re hook and probably one of the men here will have to drive him out and around as he will still not know where the road bed stops and starts...
then they will start to unload the other truck waiting in the barn
all I can say is I am VERY VERY SORRY!! That looks like a nightmare! My Dad makes hay for a living and he is VERY glad we have not had any snow yet this year, it makes delivery so much easier! Not an easy business in ANY season that is just a mess!!!!! Good Luck!
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