The everyday of our family farm
Impressive work. Does it dry out or remain green?
The paddock or the bales? Both will stay green - the paddock is irrigated all through summer and cut every 28 days. The hay bales - we try to keep as much colour as possible in the hay by raking up into large windrows to dry but it has to be fully dry before baling. Baled with steam or night dew we bale at about 14% moisture.
Ah, that is serious production from the paddocks. Yes, hay must always be dry.
So nice and neat.Lovely colors in his shot.
A very big (and productive) night.
no fooling! Wow.
"No rest for the wicked", as they say! Certainly no rest for farmers. Impressive. I always admire your 'eye for a great angle' when taking shots. This is no excetion.
A lovely shot! Had no idea you could make square bales too!
You have so lovely green view and sunny day. We have a little bit of snow but not so very cold (0,8 °C) but this warm weather makes snow very wet. Not nice.
Awesome! I Can See Forever!
Busy, busy. Hope all is well Diane
Lovely shot, you use your imagination well.
Love this shot...saw it yesterday but didn't take time to comment.