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Raising Hay

 Subject RE: how many bales per acre
 Posted By Randy
 Date Replied Sunday, August 16, 2009

There are alot of veriables in hay production but with good soil (Ph of about 6 and fertilized) you should easliy get 2 tons per acre per cutting or (80, 50lb bales)in upstate NY. The problem is drying it this year as it has rained almost every day or two. I get about 2 tons per acre in virginia in three cuttings maximum.

 Original Message
how many bales per acre of good horse feed hay can I get in upstate ny

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