Hay could trade from $1-$1000/ton, it doesn't effect you if you are dead is what he is saying.
Whenever hay gets short we seem to chase every blade of grass we can see with the cutter. This, all too often, results in driving into places that we absolutely should not be and taking risks that would normally be avoided. Most of the time we get away with it but it only takes one tiny erroneous decision for things to become very serious.
The most important thing to remember in a short crop is that the hay is not worth being permanently injured or killed. Remember why you did not cut that piece of hay before. Hay can be bought to replace shortfalls, cattle can be shipped and replaced, you are the only part of the equation which can not be replaced.
You quoted lander, then edited that part out.I'm not following you , where death came in the discussion. It would take more than a drought to kill me.
I think the poster just made a mental mistake in writing the acronym. Like R-is short for Rela, T-is short for tive, and V for Value.Hello Haystack
Yes. Relative Feed Value. I've never heard of RTV???