Friday

October 9, 2015

Straight rows.

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  1. all looks so neat............I hear lots of caps have headed up this way lately.......lots of hay cut around here............

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    1. Yes, there has been quite a few consignments of Hay Caps head up your way with another one leaving today.

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  2. Very straight indeed. Which I have no doubt requries a lot of experience to achieve.

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  3. I guess GPS is an aid. Also long flat fields. Here straight is impossible as mowing the side of a mountain and dodging rocks and marsh is not conducive to straight.

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    1. A flat field? This field has undulation! Didn’t you notice the dip towards the end of the run... It is one of our steepest fields! LOL!!

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  4. Must have been done by a good operator.lol

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    1. Yes, a very experienced one that has cut that field quite a number of times over the years I do believe. And we do greatly appreciate the job that they do.

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  5. Excelente fotografia.
    Um abraço e bom fim de semana.
    http://andarilharar.blogspot.pt/

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  6. Amazing how they used to go straight in the old days without a GPS and other aids, but I seem t remember ours were not quite as straight as this!! Have a good weekend. Diane

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  7. The goal of every farmer!! Well done!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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  8. Somehow I was transported back in time--- A couple of summers on my Uncle's ranch in the late 50's... Nice memory.

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  9. LONNNNG rows! Imagine doing them with horses...I cannot help but think of that.

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