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New crop hay is steadily streaming in while the last few hundred bales of last year's hay goes out.
In our area cattle egrets concentrated in the hay field mean we better start looking for armyworms.
The red wasp was determined to get the enormous spider somewhere in the barn. We haven't seen any wasp nests in the barn so we were curious about where she was going with her heavy load. Unfortunately we were in the middle of getting ready to fertilize the field so we never found out where she went.
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