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  1. Soft Hay Will Catch You: Poems by Young People
  2. Come Home With Me Now: The Untold Story of Movie Czar Will Hays by His Son by Jr. Will Hays, 1993-07
  3. Will S. Hays' songs and poems
  4. Good Morning Boys: Will Hay, Master of Comedy by Ray Seaton, Roy Martin, 1978-06-29
  5. The Taylor Hay technique for the best face and body you will ever have by Taylor Hay, 1986
  6. Will Hayes Papers (Cinema History Microfilm Series)
  7. Prisons and the Problem of Order (Clarendon Studies in Criminology) by Richard Sparks, Anthony Bottoms, et all 1996-08-01
  8. Lincoln And Prohibition (1921) by Charles T. White, 2010-09-10
  9. Valuable Secrets Concerning Arts And Trades: Or Approved Directions, From The Best Artists (1775) by Will Hay Publisher, 2009-08-27
  10. See and hear, by Will H Hays, 1929
  11. The Censorship Papers: Movie Censorship Letters from the Hays Office, 1934 to 1968 by Gerald C. Gardner, 1988-01
  12. A Blessing From Wovoka by Will And Harry Hay Roscoe, 1988-01-01
  13. Radically Gay: Gay Liberation in the Words of Its Founder by Harry Hay, Will Roscoe, 1996-05
  14. Will Hay

1. Will Hay - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The half hour weekly Will Hay Programme began in August 1944, and was broadcast live from the Paris Cinema, which still exists in a basement just off
Will Hay
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The Ghost of St. Michael's
Born William Thomson Hay
6 December

County Durham England Died 18 April
Chelsea, London
Stroke Resting place Streatham Park Cemetery London Occupation Comedian, comic actor, astronomer Spouse Gladys Perkins (m. 1907 sep 1935) Children Gladys Elspeth Hay (b. 1909)
William E. Hay (b. 1913)
Joan A. Hay (b. 1917) Parents William R. Hay
Elizabeth William Thomson Hay 6 December 18 April ) was an English comedian actor and amateur astronomer
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He was born in Stockton-on-Tees , County Durham, England to William R. Hay and his wife Elizabeth but moved to Suffolk at an early age. Aside from his day job as a comedian, Hay was a dedicated and respected amateur astronomer . His personal observatory sat in his garden in Mill Hill, the dome very visible from the main Hendon Road. He became a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society in . He is noted for having discovered a white spot on the planet Saturn in ; the spot lasted for a few months and then faded. He also measured the positions of

2. MR. HAY WILL NOT RESIGN.; Little Doubt That The President Will Refer T... - Arti
1 do not believe Secretary hay will resign. said a Republican Senator tonight. Undoubtedly his resignation is desired by those who are responsible for

3. Sheep @ Purdue: Dealing With High Hay Prices
Probably the most important tip is to buy all or most of your hay needs as soon as possible. If you wait until the snow is flying the price of hay will most
Dealing With High Hay Prices
This article first appeared in Indiana Sheep Tales in 1997, Vol. 30:3.
by Mike Neary
Extension Sheep Specialist
Purdue University Hay prices for the winter of 1996/1997 were two to three times more expensive than most years. It appears that many areas of the eastern cornbelt will again have very high hay prices in 1997/1998. It has been suggested by some that work closely in the forages area that hay prices could reach $200 to $250 per ton for the coming winter. Hay prices this high certainly are a major financial consideration for sheep producers, whether they have large commercial flocks or just a handful of sheep as a part-time enterprise. Even if producers raise their own hay and their cost of production is well below the market value, if they feed this homegrown hay to sheep, they will be losing a substantial opportunity to sell this hay at a high price. Unless one can find hay that is reasonable in price, the only option in reducing hay cost is to feed less hay. Strategies to achieve this goal will be discussed in the remainder of this article. Methods to reduce hay usage 1) Have hay tested for nutritional value Whether purchased or homegrown, it will be very important this year to get a laboratory analysis of a representative sample of hays. Not only is hay expected to be in short supply, it is likely to be quite variable in quality. Knowing the nutritional value of hays will allow the most effective utilization in a sheep nutrition program.

4. Simon & Schuster: Soft Hay Will Catch You: Poems By Young People (Hardcover)
Soft hay will Catch You Poems by Young People Compiled by Sandford Lyne and Sandford Lyne in Hardcover at SimonSaysTEACH.

5. Will Hay
Will Hay brief career description and filmography.
Will Hay Will Hay's comedy genius was in combining the role of authority figure with that of the little man struggling against authority. His hopeless incompetence when placed in a job he can't possibly do makes him a sympathetic, as well as an anarchic, figure. He was seedy, greedy, idle and mean - who could fail to love him? He served a long apprenticeship in the Music Halls, gradually developing his sketch The Fourth Form at St Michael's, where his schoolmaster character took form. In 1934 he made his first feature for B.I.P. Those Were The Days an adaptation of Pinero's The Magistrate. He made two other films at the studio before moving to Gainsborough and making the films he's best remembered for. His first film for Gainsborough, Boys Will Be Boys, brought out his schoolmaster character in full but it wasn't until Windbag the Sailor that he was united with Graham Moffat and Moore Marriott as his sidekicks Albert (the fat boy) and Harbottle (the old one). This teaming hit the heights in Oh, Mr Porter!

6. Horse Hay: How To Identify The Good Stuff - Horsetalk - Horse Nutrition And Feed
The most nutritious meadow hay will come from a nice mix of leafy grass and . A good leafy hay will be easy to the touch. Even the stems in good hay
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7. University Of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service Hay List - Grain
hay will be sold by load lots using picture slide. hay will be sold by ton per load. All hay will be tested and results will be available. No hay will be on
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Forage Analysis Reported on Dry Matter Basis Torrington Livestock Hay Auction
Torrington, Wyoming Located at Torrington Livestock Auction Barn Hay will be sold by load lots using picture slide. Hay will be sold by ton per load. All hay will be tested and results will be available. No hay will be on site. Catalogs will be available for following along with auction and also will be available prior to auction. Catalogs may be requested or go online to to download from your computer. Internet bidding will be available thru Please visit our web site for more information @ MAIN Menu Alfalfa Hay Hay Cubes ... UW CES Homepage This page maintained by: R. L. Anderson - UW Cooperative Extension Service

8. Evaluating Hay For Horses Myths And Realities
If a group of horse owners is qustioned about alfalfa hay, some will respond that . By comparison, midmaturity alfalfa hay will contain 16 to 18% crude Hay for Horses.htm
EVALUATING HAY FOR HORSES: MYTHS AND REALITIES Laurie Lawrence ABSTRACT Alfalfa hay can be an excellent feed source for many horses. Alfalfa is a good source of many nutrients including protein and calcium, and is a very palatable feed. The nutrient composition of alfalfa will vary with the maturity of the plant at the time of harvest and this will affect the suitability of the hay for feeding various classes of horses. Alfalfa hay cut in late maturity can be used for mature horses at maintenance or in light work and for mares in early pregnancy, while hay cut in early maturity is useful in rations for young horses and lactating mares. Early maturity alfalfa hay must be fed carefully to horses with low nutrient requirements (such as horses at maintenance) to prevent horses from overeating. As with any hay, alfalfa hay offered to horses must be free from dust and mold. INTRODUCTION SELECTING HAY FOR HORSES Recognition of differences in nutrient content of various hays allows us to match hay type to horse type. Alfalfa is typically much higher in protein and calcium than other hays used for horses and may also be higher in energy and total digestible nutrients. Table 1 illustrates the differences between alfalfa and several other hays commonly fed to horses. Because alfalfa is more nutrient dense, it is almost always a better value when the price per ton of various hays is similar. In addition, because alfalfa tends to be more palatable, horses will usually waste less, which also enhances its economic value.

9. Using Drought Stressed Corn For Silage, Hay Or Grazing
hay will be better utilized if ground prior to feeding, this will eliminate sorting during feeding. If feeding by the bale, feed hay with low nitrate levels
Whole Document Navigator (Click Here) Top of Document Green chop/hand feeding stalks. Baling for hay. Grazing. Ensiling. Nitrate Testing Moisture determination for silage (Microwave Method) Be cautious when feeding any drought stressed forages for grazing, hay or silage. Footnotes
Using Drought Stressed Corn for Silage, Hay or Grazing
D.L. Wright and H.E. Jowers Anytime drought occurs during the growing season, corn grain yields will be affected. The extent of the loss will depend on stage of growth and the length of time the crop is subjected to droughty conditions. During times of extended drought when grain yield potential is severely limited or nonexistent, the plants may still offer a valuable source of nutrients for livestock provided careful attention is given to how it is harvested and fed. Basically, there are 4 options for using drought stressed corn: (1) hand feeding as green chop or cut stalks, (2) baling for hay, (3) limited grazing in the field, and (4) ensiling to feed as silage. The growth stage of the corn at the time of the drought stress is a major factor to consider when determining which option to use. Nitrate poisoning is the primary concern when feeding drought stressed corn plants to livestock. Poisoning occurs when animals eat too much forage that is high in nitrates. Elevated nitrate levels can also occur in summer annual forages subjected to drought stress. Weeds commonly found in corn fields such as pigweed, ragweed, lambsquarter, nightshade, and Johnsongrass can also accumulate toxic levels of nitrates under drought conditions. Special attention should be paid to weeds if corn is chopped or cut for hay and is mixed in with the corn. When grazed, cattle may select corn over weeds with less chance of nitrate toxicity from weeds.

10. The Hay Barn - Hay Wanted And Hay For Sale - Classifieds Ads
I will need cash, or a cashiers check for pickup, if you pay by check the hay will not leave till check has cleared the bank. This takes about 5 days.
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RESOURCES Discussion Boards Glossary Hay References Hay Links ... Market Reports SITE INFO ** Avoid Scams ** Help Guide (FAQ) Exchange Links Contact Us Example of Hay Scam Actual scam e-mail sent to hay seller. Seller's personal information has been removed or altered to protect privacy. From: "lexis lexis" To: Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2007 11:50 AM Subject: I WANT TO BUY YOUR HAY AVAILABLE HELLO, I AM INTERESTED IN BUYING 250 BALES OF YOUR AVAILABLE HAY. DO YOU HAVE EITHER OF THIS HAY AVAILABLE - GRASS ORCHARD MIX GRASS MIX ALFALFA RYE IF YOU HAVE THE HAY AVAILABLE, DO NOT HESITATE TO GET BACK TO ME BECAUSE I AM VERY INTERESTED. THANK YOU, WEBERT MIKE REPLY ME - WEBERTMIKE@YAHOO.COM Joe wrote: Hello, I have 1 semi load of clean alfalfa 1st full year, and approximately 2 semi loads of cow hay. It has some tobacco weed mixed thru, but off the same field. It would test good. I am feeding it to my cattle as well. If you have any questions please call 555-555-5555. $100.00 a ton cow hay $130.00 a ton on clean hay. Thanks Joe From: WEBERT MICHEAL [] Sent: Saturday, June 30, 2007 5:37 AM To: Joe Subject: RE: I WANT TO BUY YOUR HAY AVAILABLE WHAT WILL BE THE TOTAL COST FOR 7 TONS EXLCUDING SHIPPING FEE, I WILL ASK MY HAULER TO COME FOR THE PICK UP. GET TO ME ASAP. THANK YOU.

11. UM Extension: Horse Program
Adding some molasses or water with molasses to chopped hay will keep it clumped together to some extent, and it will also make it softer and more attractive
Return to: U of M Extension Home U of M Home One Stop Directories ... Nutrition The Importance of Hay
The Importance of Hay for Horse Nutrition
Hays to Learn From
1: Grass hay, green and mature
2: Grass hay, young, little mold

3: Alfalfa, medium mature

4: Grass hay, yellow and mature
... Evaluation guidelines for hays for horses (PDF) by Maribel Fernandez and Ron Genrick Acknowledgements This project was developed by the University of Minnesota Extension Service and Assurance Equine Feeds
Considerations about the physical description of hay for horses The physical characteristics of the hay available to the horse are very important, given they will determine to a large extent how much the horse will readily eat versus how much will be wasted. Soft lips and tongue of horses makes them prefer soft hay. Also, their lips are very mobile and allow them to pick through the hay and select which parts they want to eat. Some legume hays that could easily meet the nutrient requirements of a horse, may be too rough, and the horse will pick the leaves and waste the stems, or the horse will eat the leaves first and the stems later when it is forced to. This can cause digestive problems because of shifting the diet too much. Try to offer hay that is soft and that the horse finds attractive, or chop it so that the horse can not select which part to eat. Adding some molasses or water with molasses to chopped hay will keep it clumped together to some extent, and it will also make it softer and more attractive.

12. Factors To Consider When Marketing Hay By Dan Undersander UW
Marketing rather than selling hay will greatly increase sales and price for a valued product with service. Return to Top of Page
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Factors to Consider When Marketing Hay
by Dan Undersander
UW Extension Forage Agronomist, University of Wisconsin
Topics: Introduction
What are some guidelines when selling hay?
Introduction Many hay growers simply sell hay. They are selling a commodity to low bidders rather than developing a market for a product. Bringing factors other than price into the market such as forage quality, consideration of customer needs, prompt delivery, steady supply, and appreciation of business can increase value and salability of product. If price is the only determining factor, someone is always waiting in the sidelines to undercut your price. Marketing rather than selling hay will greatly increase sales and price for a valued product with service. Return to Top of Page What are some guidelines when selling hay? Following are specific suggestions to improve marketing: 1) Determine Buyer's Real Interests What kind of hay does buyer want, what type of animal is the individual feeding?

13. Financial News And Information From Financial News Online US
The US asset manager hired Stephen Hay as head of office in Edinburgh and head of UK equity business development. hay will take over the dayto-day

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The level of nutrients in the hay will decrease with maturation, Lardy says. Along with nitrate levels, it would be a good idea to test for nutrient
August 26, 2004 This release is an updated version of a previously sent story on August 26, 2004: "Corn Can Make Good Hay or Silage". What To Do With Immature Corn Some producers may be faced with the necessity of using their corn crops for hay, grazing, or silage because of the cool weather or frost damage, or to supplement poor grazing conditions because of drought. "One of the major concerns with corn in drought areas is the level of nitrates," says Greg Lardy, a North Dakota State University beef specialist. "Check the labels of any herbicide you have been using, and make sure that it is labeled for haying," Lardy says. Moisture level in corn hay is also a concern. "To store the corn as hay, you want a moisture level of about 15 to 18 percent or less." "The level of nutrients in the hay will decrease with maturation," Lardy says. "Along with nitrate levels, it would be a good idea to test for nutrient composition as well. Drought-stressed corn hay will provide nutrient quality comparable to a medium to poor quality forage. Immature corn silage will have a higher crude protein content and a lower energy content than normal corn silage. In addition, immature corn will have greater levels of moisture making ensiling more challenging." Nitrate-containing feeds should be introduced slowly into rations, according to Lardy. Nitrate poisoning symptoms include increased pulse rate; heavy, quickened breathing; muscle tremors; weakness; staggered gait; blue mucous membranes and blindness. Should any of these symptoms occur, remove the animals from the feed and contact your veterinarian.

15. Considerations For Double-cropping Corn Following Hay In
Insectand weed-control problems and costs generally will be lower in shorter rotations, because the hay will tend to be less grassy and will harbor fewer

16. The Loss Of Nutrients In Hay And Meadow Crop Silage During Storage -- Monroe Et
At a given moisture content chopped hay will heat more than long hay. A long chop is preferable to a short chop. Such hay should contain less than 25
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The Loss of Nutrients in Hay and Meadow Crop Silage during Storage
C. F. Monroe J. H. Hilton E. E. Hodgson W. A. King and W. E. Krauss ABSTRACT Storing as hay. In "well-cured" long hay or that containing less than 30 per cent moisture, the dry-matter loss in storage will vary from 3.5 to 9 per cent and in some cases more. This loss occurs principally in the nitrogen-free extract and to a lesser degree in the ether extract. Hay containing in excess of 30 per cent moisture is not considered safe for ordinary storage. In such cases, extensive heating

17. Selecting Hay For Horses
As an example to determine how far hay will go to meet the requirements of a horse s diet; a lactating mare that weighs 1200 lb. and is in the first three
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Mark A. Russell, Department of Animal Sciences and
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Many horse owners select hay for their horses based on what they think looks good or on what they have been told is good. Opinions vary all the way from believing that timothy is an essential part of every horse ration to that which insists on alfalfa for all horses. Forage should be the foundation of every horse ration. The quality of that forage, the composition of the hay, and the way the hay is delivered to the horse are all fundamental for good horse feeding. This publication reviews decisions important in developing a healthy ration. Horses are herbivores, animals made to live primarily on plants (forages). About 65 percent of the digestive capacity of the horse is in the lower gut, or the cecum and colon. The cecum and colon contain large microbial populations which allow for the digestion of fibrous feeds, much like the digestive tracts of cattle and sheep (ruminants). Evidenced by the size of the lower gut and the presence of bacteria, the horse is designed to digest primarily forages. Horses have fewer digestive upsets and behavioral vices, such as wood chewing and cribbing, when hay is the main portion of the ration. For proper digestive tract function, horses require a minimum of 1 percent of their body weight per day in long-stem dry matter. This can be done in any form that is convenient and economical. When the total ration particle size is below 1 inch in size, problems with rate of passage, digestibility, and behavioral vices occur.

18. AgriView - Marketing Hay: It’s Seller Beware
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19. Vallejo Times Herald - What Kind Of Hay Will They Make Of Caucus Results?
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20. Hay In Your Bunny's Diet
If the hay is cut when relatively immature it is higher in nutrients and darker green in color, but given more growing time, that same hay will be more
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FAQs HRJ Articles ... Contact Us... Hay in Your Bunny's Diet - Quality and Quantities for Healthy Digestion Linda Sterett-Fogarty From House Rabbit Journal Vol. 4, Nr. 7 - Summer 2002 Related Articles
  • The Basics of a Good House Rabbit Diet CONTRARY TO BELIEF , hay is not grown year round. Grass will grow slightly faster in cooler weather than the legumes, such as alfalfa. Alfalfa grows best when the temperatures are hot. It typically takes approximately 60 days for new growth of alfalfa, 60 for mix hay, 60 for orchard grass, and 75-80 for timothy in Lincoln County . CROP DESCRIPTION Alfalfa , which is a herbaceous perennial legume, originated near Iran . It has a high mineral content and contains at least 10 different vitamins. Alfalfa, if cut when all things are ideal, can run as high as 20% protein in the pre-bloom state to as low as 11% at the end of bloom. Timothy grass , a perennial bunchgrass, is a cool-season forage grass. It is slow growing and has a low yield in the field. It has been our experience that 1st and 2nd cutting timothy grass hay works well for animals with a delicate digestive system, skin problems, issues with diarrhea and weight problems. Timothy can, however, go as high as 18% protein just before bloom (we've never had one test this high) and can fall as low as 4-6% protein in the late bloom state.
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