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    Default It's Haying Time

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    Some of the equipment the older fellows may be familiar with.
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    Default Re: It's Haying Time

    I've seen lots like that up at the Township Museum. They have two barns full of equipment dating from the 1800's to 1950's.

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    Default Re: It's Haying Time

    Egon, these in your pictures are modern technologies. I were using these:

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    Especially, that wooden hayfork in the last picture, but, mine had 3 teeth, like the evil fork. Sometimes, when I lifted the hay by that hayfork to load to the trailer, sleeping snake in the hay were looking at me.

    By the way, I used that disc plow in your last picture a lot.

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    Default Re: It's Haying Time

    If that is a little round bailer I have hauled hay behind one of them, about 35 or 40 years ago, had to use two hay hooks to pick up a bale. Who made them Case?

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    Default Re: It's Haying Time

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed of all trades View Post
    If that is a little round bailer I have hauled hay behind one of them, about 35 or 40 years ago, had to use two hay hooks to pick up a bale. Who made them Case?
    Nope. It a Allis Chalmers Roto-Baler. A first series one. The later series had white hats on top instead of orange.

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