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  1. knitgirl
    12-11-2008 12:38 PM - permalink
    Hi, I've got some answers for you. The person I asked lives out past DeKalb. DeKalb is a university town surrounded by a very rural area. She said she thought prices would be a bit higher here in Kane County. I can't remember if Wayne is DuPage or Kane. DuPage has always been very well off suburban, Kane has been more country, but there is a lot of growth out here now. You may pay more just by being in Wayne.
    She said she paid $4.50 per bale for 1st cutting good alfalfa hay including delivery and stacking. She said the farm call is $45 and then whatever the cost of services. She said they do their own trimming, worming, etc, but that she thought trims were about $20-25 in her area.
    I hope this helps. If you have any time when you come to town in February, let me know. If you're interested I could show you the forest preserve in Wayne where they do some major eventing competitions. It's open for riders when there aren't events there.
    Take care,

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