30 08 2016


People may not realize this, but some grass squeaks like field mice when it’s eaten. We have a lot of alkali sacaton again this late summer, thanks to Mother Nature gracing us with some much-needed moisture. So there’s a whole lot o’ squeakin’ goin’ on as the ponies move along in their grazing.

It’s a sound of late summer … a sound to love.



One response

30 08 2016
Sue Story

Thanks for that tutorial on “squeaky” grass and alkali sacaton, TJ! I’ve noticed that sound, and it’s fun to know the facts behind it. And what a beautiful mustang face that is!

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