29 July 2020

Odd Dry Days

This summer has to be one of the wettest that I can remember. Conditions are far from ideal for baling all of our silage, let alone the haylage which requires several dry days in a row. Every chance we get we are cutting grass, and if it's to be dry for a couple of days then we make haylage. It's a very slow process this year.



I had just finished rowing up this field of haylage when I took these.


It's always a fiddly job to finish the field.


I had my wee friend Susan along for the ride. This is her second grass season helping me and she loves it. She loves jumping up on the bales.


And sitting in the driver's seat of course!



Hopefully August will give us a chance.

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