“A Christmas Message to my WordPress Family” copyright 2013 John J. Rigo, Texas’ Commentator and Published Poet

A Special Thank You and Christmas Blessings to my WordPress family who have made this past year very special in their comment postings as well as our personal e-mail exchanges.

“Quality Hay Sales In Eustace, Texas” copyright 2013, John J. Rigo, Silver Star Winery of Texas

Beautiful Hay for Sale at Silver Star Winery of Texas in Eustace, Texas.

Beautiful Hay for Sale at Silver Star Winery of Texas in Eustace, Texas.

Beautiful Hay for Sale at Silver Star Winery of Texas in Eustace, Texas.

Beautiful Hay for Sale at Silver Star Winery of Texas in Eustace, Texas.

Hay for Sale at Silver Star Winery of Texas in Eustace, Texas.

Hay for Sale at Silver Star Winery of Texas in Eustace, Texas.

We are proud to announce we now have high quality hay for sale from our first cutting.  After placing over 4 tons of fertilizer on 22 acres we now have some of the most beautiful hay in Henderson County, Texas.  They are fully secured, tied in twine in 5 foot round bales.  In price they are “currently” $70 a bale.  As the summer proceeds and the possibility exists of little rain, the price per round bale will increase. No need to make offers on this fine product, the prices will remain firm.  Terms are, cash only, no checks, no money orders and loading and delivery is not available.  We will be collecting tax for each purchase unless presented a current farm and or ranch exception certificate number.  Contact John or Linda Stewart-Rigo at Silver Star Winery of Texas on 12551 FM Road 2709 in Eustace, Texas, phone: 903-425-4900.  Another hint, look for the mail box with the security sign on it; to the right is the large sign at the gate opening which reads, “Silver Star Winery of Texas.” If there is no answer on your telephone call please leave a voice mail.  Most calls returned within a business day.

“New Heifer Calf to our Herd” copyright 2013 John J. Rigo, Silver Star Winery of Texas

A New Addition to our family at Silver Star Winery of Texas.

Texas Poetry

 

 

Her name is “Pumpkin.”  Note her color where the name comes from.  She is very bonded to “Violet.”  She is a “Brangus” calf.

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