Making Hay for the winter
The weather is nice and warm now; time for making hay for the grass-fed animals.
Grass-fed animals need hay in winter. Farmers have to go with the weather and find the right time to make hay.
After the grass is cut, it should not rain on it because the hay has to dry again, and the quality is not as good.
Mathew, a young sheep farmer, is coming to make hay at our farm, and he leaves what we need for our goats.
While cutting, the haybine got stuck, and he tried for an hour in the hot sun to fix it. Hard work. Finally, he came into the shade and made it work again.
Over the weekend, he and his wife both worked hard to turn the hay and baled it.
This is for our goats > > >
The winter food for our grass-fed animals is secure. What a blessing for Animals and Humans to have Farmers.
It seems not many people know what Hay bales are and why farmers make them. I saw in the comments that people see them but never thought that they are for feeding grass-fed animals.
See also RoundUp, GMO, or Organic?