The everyday of our family farm
Such neatness in the country is unusual.
wow it looks so attractive dear as it want us to take a long walk along its beautiful path thank you so much for sharing as such scenes are food to my soul
Such a fresh, vibrant green.
Gosh, have you had dry enough weather to do that. Doesn't even seem to stop raining here.
It has only just dried out enough to start mowing. The outlook is no rain and hot for the next 10 days so we are making the most of that outlook.
That looks ever so neat
I see a quilt there...
Such straight lines :-) Diane
I can smell it--- Suddenly I'm 13 and riding a horse through the field. Maybe I just need a nap....
It does smell really good Bill.
I love the lush green but am curious as to the type of grass and why it has been mown in alternate rows so cleanly.It's not the usual hay making.
This is lucerne (aka alfalfa). It is perennial crop that we mow about 6-7 times per season for both hay and silage. Our mower cuts 4.5m wide and leaves the windrow in the centre of that cut in 1m wide swathe. Each row that you see is a run with the mower.
You learn something new every day. I hadn't realised that lucerne was perennial. I love the neatness of it all.
I love looking down rows of anything so this really appeals to me.
That looks so neat and tidy.
Lovely perspective !