Monday, March 4, 2013

Haying Part 2: Using the Hay Rake

Continuing on our haying journey (in February no less, ha!) Here is the second step in the process.

The hay has dried for two days in the sun. You really have to watch the weather when making hay. The dry grass can now be raked into windrows or lines of mounded hay. The rake moves the hay down the length of tines and leaves a neat and tidy row for the baler to run over and turn into bales.

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