We no longer farm, so we let our neighbors across town, make the hay from our small acreage. We'd rather share than to see the land grow fast into brush.
In minutes, the trailer is loaded with 10 round bales at a time, of beautiful hay of trefoil and clover mix for a herd of 80 cows and 70-some calves. They will need a lot of hay so he works many fields besides his own to see his herd through the winter. He also sees us through many meals of fresh beef~~~our ' bartering ' for the use of the field. It's a delicious arrangement.
Once the hay is loaded and on it's way to the farmers place across town,
the pranksters must play~~~
They were like two little boys, waiting~
waiting to see the reaction of their game.
now to move that bale one more time~~~
boys will always be boys, adding to the fun!
The 40 bales from across the road,
and the 22 from our field, added just a hint
of what is lined up in the farmers bale lot.
Hay making~just another part of
' our view from the deck.'
Now, that's the only way to farm.
Have a great week~
Life is from God