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An Afternoon of Hay

The task of harvesting hay—you love it, you hate it… or both.

When I was a teenager, I had more reasons to hate it since the whole process was done human powered except some final heavy transportation done by animal traction. 289 more words

wed 20

This Wednesday August 20 the ConVols will be dry stone walling near Osborn Lodge we will be near GCHQ so no spy’s also no sandals (note to self ) or soft shoes We are also looking for volunteers to help in the meadow on Wed.

Conservation Work

Make Hay While the Sun is Shining

Hay season is upon us.  We are just finishing up our first cut for winter hay storage and feed.  Late summer/early fall will bring us into our second cut, which we feed at pasture.  1,598 more words

MacCurdy Farm

Friday Flower Walk

On Friday afternoon we went to Manswood for a walk. The horrid heat has gone and it was lovely and cool and cloudy so we could go out earlier than when the sun is shining and it’s baking hot. 204 more words

Cocker Spaniel

The Challenge of Making Dry Hay

July 29, 2014

We have had an interesting “last few days”. Saturday our youngest son and his wife welcomed a new baby boy. Keagan was 9 pounds 10 ounces. 328 more words

July 2014

Good Things Can Come

Friday July 18, 2014 – Sunday July 20, 2014

It’s been a long summer waiting to drop our hay, waiting for four days straight of dry weather, and every week, the rains have come.  1,467 more words