Rooster Crowing About the Whole Thing.
We have fought the raining weather all spring in trying to get the hay in. On the first pasture I cut, it clouded up the next day when we were about to bale it and gave us a small shower and then was cloudy the next day. The second field it stayed sunny both days and dried it real nice. Galen came over with his tractor and square baler. We found out that the 2 or 3 year old twine would skip tying about every 4th or 5th bale so he would have to re-bale them. On the second field he ran out of twine and put in some new twine and never missed a bale after that. Live and learn.
From Baling Hay