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Re: It's starting already

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Posted by Dalice on August 12, 2002 at 05:10:49:

In Reply to: Re: It's starting already posted by Kari on August 11, 2002 at 21:11:24:

We grow hay and also harvest some on shares. We live in SW Michigan and are in a drought area. We however, have not noticed a decrease in our hay. We have just as much as ever, we still have to do second and some third cutting and Jeff is wondering where in the barn to put it. We have regular customers that we are not raising the price to. Like Jeff said, if you raise the price, you are going to put some people out of business and next year, who are you gonna sell your hay to? It is the same to me as last year after 9/11 when immediately gas stations jumped the price of gas. This is just pure greed and definite short sightedness. I already heard of farmers going to hold on to their hay until winter to get 5.00/a bale. Just my humble opinion!!! and maybe not so quiet....Dalice

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