Thursday, February 28, 2013

Haying Part 1, Using the Sickle Bar

I know it's not haying season, but I was deleting videos off of our movie camera to make room for the footage of the baby goats (if they ever come) and I came across some footage of us haying this past summer.

This is the first step in the haying process. We're using a sickle bar mower to cut our field. After the field is cut we let the hay dry in the sun. Then flip it into furrows with the hay rake and let it dry again. This was one of the hottest weeks of our Michigan summer 104 degrees and a country wide drought. We only got in one cutting but the hay we got from our field fed our 10 goats almost through the whole winter.


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