Thoughts on Hay & Straw
- --- In WarOf1812@yahoogroups.com, "Larry Lozon" <lalozon@n...> wrote:
> From: Tom Apple <tuckahoe@p...>I'm in Suffolk, Virginia. Sometimes you can get hay rolls for as low
> We paid $50 per roll of hay and it served at least 50 people.
> Where are you? As if you are in the USA, that would be
> 50 US Dollars = 78.935 Canadian Dollars
> Per: http://www.oanda.com/convert/classic
as $40 US if you shop around and it's been a good harvest. We went
with hay that had been rolled the day prior to pick up. Nice, sweet,
Surry County hay. Drive around in a beat up pick-up truck with two
rolls of hay in the back and every local will wave at you. Instant
- The only problem with using hay, authenticity aside, is that it is usually a major source of allergens. While a multitude of people are allergic to hay, few, if any are allergic to straw. Especially if is clean, as in without dust.
Obviously the cost here is a major issue also, in Missouri 80-100# square bales of firstname.lastname@example.org. The same bale of hay will you run you @4.00usd. Also, you can sleep directly on straw in relative comfort, if you try that with hay you will wake up in an itching frenzy... just my unprofessional thoughts.
E Matthews, SGT.
XIV Light Dragoons
On picket away from the center of the universe.