Composting moldy hay - a no-no?
So I was cautioned not to use moldy hay for composting because the mold can be damaging to plants.
So here's my specific situation, I live about 1 1/2 hours away from my land that has no water source and lots of deer so I'm not actually planning on GARDENING there for at least 2 or 3 years still. But, I decided earlier this summer that whenever I went up there to camp (about once a month this summer) that I'd try and find a truckload of some sort of mulch/manure (lots of farms and whatnot with extra manure to spare on the way up there) to spread out (like long-term sheet composting) in my future garden area so that when I am up there after my home is built I will have been amending the soil for several years.
Phew. So with all that explained, I am wondering if it's going to cause a problem to get a truckload of moldy hay and spread it out on my garden area? Since I don't plan on being able to actually garden the place until, oh, probably 2010.. I'll probably do some scattered sowings of the native lupines that grow in the area as a "cover crop" but I'm mostly just interested in adding organic material since I can't do a whole lot else right now.
So, basically, if I use moldy hay and spread it around the garden area, will it still cause a problem 2-3 years from now?
Forgive me if it's a dumb question :) The only composting I do so far is my 2 precious, precious wormbins that I love dearly so I'm sort of ignorant of the regular kind of composting :)