The everyday of our family farm
It's a thingamabob for the whatchamacallit. Ok, I'll be sensible, almost. It is a severe back scratcher with electrical stimulation.
I'm with Andrew!
Ha, ha Andrew. Very clever. Definitely something you don't want to construct and then discover a missing piece.
I haven't a scoobie but I hope you don't get them tangled.
I am stumped!
I will join those who have no clue!
Clueless over here.
No bloody idea
I have sat and looked and looked...I think those are wires...and all I can think of is something to do with baling hay. But that is just a wild guess.
Thank you all for playing along. It is indeed something to do with hay Rose, but not the baling. These are cables, washers and ferrules that we make up when manufacturing our Hay Caps. The ferrules (little round things in front of the washers) are ready for crimping (squashing) on to the wire. Each Hay Cap has 4 of these cables. Many hundreds of these cables are made every day.
I did not think of them...but didn't really think it was baling hay but could not think of anything else.
Sorry but what is a Hat Cap? A tarpaulin stretched over a rick?
A Hay Cap is a little Aussie invention (by us), a hay covering system that you apply safely from the ground and is now found all over Australia, as well as US, NZ, Europe and also being manufactured in the UK. Go to www.haycap.com.au and check out the video Hay Making with Hay Caps on the home page. It shows how the Hay Cap works and has some pretty cool drone footage of haymaking too.
Thank you. I've got a very strange feeling that a long time ago you posted a photo because when I went to the website I had a strong feeling of déjà vu.