Thursday

November 9, 2017

All those windrows are made up of an incredible thick mat of intertwined clover plants.
Mowing was a challenge… so will be the raking and baling. 

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  1. At least I assume that you have gone a long way past hand raking and baling.

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  2. It is certainly matted. I bet the aroma is wonderful.

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    1. The aroma is not as nice as you might be imagining. It is nothing like the aroma of lucerne when we cut it.

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  3. Wow, I've never seen anything like that.

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  4. Wow, they are very matted, as you say quite a challenge. Have a good day Diane

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  5. It must clip it very low to get that kind of a bundle set of stems. I am waiting to see if you will let that all dry before you bale it.

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    1. Yes, it is cut quite low to the ground. It will take a couple of weeks to dry down before we bale it for hay.

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