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The creek is handling all of the rainfall we've had so far this week. We have one more good day of rain to get through. Storms are training over the farm this morning; hopefully our drainage continues to keep up with the water coming off the fields.
The big hay field is beautiful and ready to cut. However we've got several days of rain to get through before we can start to dry out and think about getting heavy equipment into the field.
We're not quite financially ready to buy the pump and hose reels we need to convert the pond from a swimming pool/fishing hole to an official irrigation pond. The farm and the rest of Matagorda County were headed into scary drought before we got the news that some topical moisture was headed our way. We're grateful for the heavy shot of moisture coming to the thirsty hay fields.
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