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« Getting The Hay In The Barn | Main | Okay, Now What? »

July 16, 2008


The fight against weeds is such an epic battle, I can't imagine the amount of energy it must take to protect 160 acres!

I liked your posts about hay and about noxious weeds. They were informative as well as interesting. They filled in a broader picture of your lives. Thank you.

Wow....I am impressed more and more with all the work you and Alayne do! Your responsibilities are mind-boggling! Thank you for all you do for these precious animals entrusted to your care.

AMEN Bibi!! Well spoken.

It sure is a lot work and expense to control weeds in Western Montana. Have you considered that some of the weed seeds are ingested by the horses from the hay then spread around the pasture? Anyway to help control that scenario? Yes I know....diapers on horses don't work that well.

It never ceases to amaze me that your responsibilities lie so far beyond what my little pea-brain and Alayne continue to be my heros, not just for what you do , but for the grace and pride in excellence you display day after day after day.....

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