We went into winter 2012 with just enough hay (fingers crossed) to make it until Spring. Well, as many know, Missouri’s weather is very fickle. In fact, rightly quoted…
“If you don’t like the weather in Missouri, hang around until tomorrow and it will be different”.
True to its nature, March came in like a lion with strong winds and an illusion to warmer weather, but took an erratic turn when a spattering of sleet was covered by 8” of snow.
We could use a little global warming right about now!
Needless to say, we did not have enough hay. Fortunately, with a quick search on craigslist we found hay for sale at the Koch Farm in Washington. Looks like a great place to live. They have a farm that runs 100+ head of cattle, no more than 5 minutes from McDonald’s, Dairy Queen, and Schnucks! Some people have it all. 🙂 (Ahh…I pleasantly digress)
You can see by the pictures below that we got the hay just in time.
Saturday, when I took the pictures of the Farmer unloading the hay, it was 50+ degrees.
And then the snow came in and covered everything in sight!
Well, for now we have enough hay for about a week…
So, Old Man Winter, please get out of the way so Spring can be Sprung!