Most of my Ag post are about my small cattle heard and the problems you may experience should you buy a Milk cow or Beef stock. Had a pretty bad drought in my area last year and we continue to pay the price. The money price of over priced hay bought out of state and the actual price of not knowing where the hay was baled and who the seller was. The horror stories of scams and scum bgas can be found on the internet and I have a large scale breeder who really goy worked over. But special LEO and the Feds cleaned up part of that problem. But for now I have been removing Cockleburr plants that was delivered, as seed, within the junky hay. Today was a new experiement that worked out OK. In this I mowed, with a push mower about 1/4 acre of pure trash weeed. I used a new mower and a bagger that works good, even if it is a Wally World unit. Sounds a little crazy to use a gas push mower but with the drought continuing and a burn ban I didn't have a choice. Had I not removed them then they would have showed up all over the place. At least now I have a partial pasture of good grass.