The everyday of our family farm
At least I assume that you have gone a long way past hand raking and baling.
The work never stops.
It is certainly matted. I bet the aroma is wonderful.
The aroma is not as nice as you might be imagining. It is nothing like the aroma of lucerne when we cut it.
Wow, I've never seen anything like that.
Wow, they are very matted, as you say quite a challenge. Have a good day Diane
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.
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.
A matting nightmare so it seems.