The everyday of our family farm
I have been following your post for the last few days. You guys are busy, busy.
I wish computers could pass along the smells!
Yes that would be good at the moment when we are making hay... but maybe not so good when we are spreading poultry manure!
I agree with Rose!
The blue of the sky and the green of the clover make a nice contrast.
Omg that looks great......
It does doesn’t it. It’s Antas sub-clover & never looks like much during winter but with a bit of water in Spring it just takes off. Should make some beautiful hay we hope.
Great shot I love it. Diane
I alos have never seen this type of cutter. We farmed in southern Iowa in the 60's and 70's. I was always the one stuck on a hay rack behind the bailer. As the bales shot up and out I was the one who stacked the clover bales. Clover was the worse kind to bale as the dust from it was so itchy. Modern machinery with cabs were coming in when my father quit farming.