The Haystack Takes a New Look As Modern Machines Replace Muscles
Haystacks and wagonloads of loose hay were common sights on farms of the past. Haying in those days meant long hot hours in the sun wielding pitchforks for big farm families. And the harvest was measured by the size of the haystack.
Modern hay handling equipment like automatic bale wagons have turned a major, time consuming task on the farm into a one-man operation. With one of these machines, a farmer can bring hay in from the field without touching a bale.
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