The everyday of our family farm
You must all be exausted. And proud and pleased.
The great team we have around us means that the work is shared. The "baler" worked 11pm till 5am the "raker" from 5am till 9am the "stacker" from 7am till 4pm and the "truck driver" 8am till 3pm. I might add though that the "baler" grabbed a few hours sleep before back up to do a second shift stacking from 10am till 3pm. And then this is repeated the next day... and the next...
Great work... considering there are not streetlights.
No, no streetlights but very good headlights!
Tiring work but it has to be done. Have a good day Diane
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Sorry my computer seems to be printing comments twice will take extra care with this one!
Gotta do while the moisture levels are right.....right?
We have to knock off when the dew comes in to heavy, but now we have the steamer (the machine between the tractor and baler) we can start baling much earlier in the evening.
i'd love to pick that paddock up and drop it at my place............OMG all that beautiful hay.............
And it would be so wonderful to be able to pick up that paddock and send it your way.
Interesting---- The hay comes in here, the bales come out there. Just like with a horse! Seriously, another shot that makes the everyday sight seem so interesting.
I can smell the hay. Beautiful rural scene.
So much hard work and a beautiful shot!
I love the big sky feel of this shot!