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Mid-Atlantic weather here is really starting to get annoying. At least the really severe stuff has avoided my area but still a no go for cutting. Maybe Friday?
 

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Mid-Atlantic weather here is really starting to get annoying. At least the really severe stuff has avoided my area but still a no go for cutting. Maybe Friday?
 

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Better yield than I got. My best batch made 110 per ac, the others right at 100. I am just glad to be done
I averaged 133 per acre on my OG. That wind over the weekend was terrible. Rake was only 200 feet ahead and still couldn't keep row on the high ground. Was out raking alfalfa at 6:15 am and baling by 8:45 am.
 

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You must be living right. I did full P & K and 50# N. Deep well drained limestone soils, but really cold spring. However, you couldn’t have been that much warmer.
I spilt my K and did 80# N as always. We were cold and it looked short but then shot out of it quick to finish strong. Second is looking good from first mowed and got rain last night to help the last mowed. Another week until 2nd alfalfa is ready to drop.
 
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