A few years back we had baled the hay on this field and hadn't hauled it; the field flooded, carrying the big round bales of hay down into the woods and setting some down on the higher spots in the field. Most of the bales were lost, so we always try to haul out the bales and not take a chance of losing them if there is rain in the forecast.
The grass will be hard to cut since the rushing water bent it over and there will be dirt on the grass. Poor cows ~ Also, there are usually tree trunks and branches and plastic trash left on the field that has to be mowed around, then picked up after the hay is baled. In other words, a lot of aggravation mostly.
How can it be so dry in California and all these gallons of water rushing over the fields to the river, to the gulf, and finding their way to the ocean? And remember my posts about the drought in 2012? Such a mystery ~~~