We only got a sprinkle.
A huge rain event was forecast for our area.
I feel like I wasted yesterday but I did house stuff.
I sliced up the last half of the brisket I made into corned beef.
I think it is the best one so far. I made thousand island dressing (my mom's recipe) to go with it.
Now I just need to go to the store and get pumpernickel for some awesome rueben sandwiches.
I made french dressing also.We had cobb salads for dinner.
And some laundry and banking got done so I guess not a total waste.
Hay here is $7.00 for about a 60-ish pound coastal bermuda square bale.
$85 for about a 1000 lb coastal round bale.
I think alfalfa is still about $14.00 for a square. I don't feed it.
Everyone is a fatty except maybe Tonto. He looks to be a good weight.
I am running all the hay out of my barn. I am down to the last 6 square bales at DaneHaven. They came from the load of Colorado hay we had to bring in a couple years ago.
There are 2 round bales left but they will become cow hay. They were from last year but dustier than I want to feed the horses.
I bought one cube of 21 squares for here at SaneHaven and I will buy another next week for DaneHaven. That s-h-o-u-l-d get us by until this years hay crop.
Which this year should be great hay with the good rains and warm Spring. A relief since the last 3? years were a struggle to get decent hay here with the drought.
Pilot wants to wait and go to town tomorrow so today is up for grabs. After we feed cows of course.
Everyone have a non-tricky Tuesday!