The everyday of our family farm
Homeward bound, and ready for the next job(s).
Guess you do stop to sleep sometimes :-) Diane
Another day over and other to begin.
Another wall of hay......
Not a skerrick of fake lawn to be seen.
"Job done" is always a good label!
I told you earlier that we make John Deere tractors here in Ankeny, Iowa. I am sure there must be factories there that create them too.
Completing a job is a good feeling. : )
I just happened onto your blog by chance and find it very interesting. We live and farm in the foothills of the Ozark mountains in Arkansas. Most of our fields lie along creeks and streams so none of them are perfectly flat like yours. We are contract poultry growers for Tyson Foods and raise black Angus cattle. So we use poultry litter on the hay fields. We silage most of the first cutting in the spring whenever it's difficult to find a time when the weather is just right. I rake for my husband, we're both in our upper 70s, and I also call myself a FarmHer. Country life is the best, isn't it!
They look like they are waiting for the last bell and to be dismissed....