I might know where you can get hay.? Call Ben or Berniece at 815-648-4401, 815-790-4297 or 262-206-5692.? Or try Michael at 815-814-1214.? Amy ... From: VargasMessage 1 of 3 , Sep 7, 2007View SourceI might know where you can get hay. Call Ben or Berniece at 815-648-4401, 815-790-4297 or 262-206-5692. Or try Michael at 815-814-1214. Amy
From: Vargas <captainvargas@...>
Sent: Fri, 7 Sep 2007 12:56 pm
Subject: [Ayreton] Desperatly seeking hay
Hi all,Up from the depths of injury and down do I surface. I'm looking for some help or connections or something. We need hay. We're desperate to get it. THERE IS NONE TO BE FOUND around here. I've been calling as far as N.Y. (yes new york,) looking for it. Oh yeah they got it, at anywhere from 3800 to 6000 grand a load. That's roughly 25 tons. That includes delivery of course) It breaks down to about 7.00 a bale a bit too steep.So now the comes the help part, if anybody knows anyone that knows anyone that has hay for sale, reasonbly priced hay up to 5 dollars a bale, then please, please send me thier contact info. If they can deliver 5000 bales great, if we have to pick up 500 bales, then great!In any case thanks for the help.VargasWho now will disappear into the obscurity of injury, and worry over feeding the horses.
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Sir Vargas, I have called the feed store area from our church and he confirmed that here is a die need for all and very short supply. He has heard rumor ofMessage 1 of 3 , Sep 7, 2007View SourceSir Vargas,
I have called the feed store area from our church and he
confirmed that here is a die need for all and very short
supply. He has heard rumor of someone in WI making
deliveries into IL; however, he has no info on this person.
He has recommended that you look North and West, although
stated that the $7.00 a bale is about what to expect right
now. As an alternative he says Hay Cubes from Canada and
replacement pellets. I did find a few web sites: some have
hay but their web sites have not been updated for this
summer, some have inf on cubes and pellets (how to use and
pro/cons), and some possible suppliers of pellets as well.
I have not called any of them; however, I thought it might
be a place to start IF you have not exhusted all of these
links already. I wish you luck!
YIS, Elen of Birchbrae
Canadian Dehydrators Association
203 - 12904, 50th Street NW
President: Dale Pulkiner
Canadian Hay Association
1274-3rd Ave S.
Toll Free: 1-888-541-0911
President: Marc Lavoie