This is what our barn looks like after fall, winter and spring.
Luckily, Farmer D is a forward thinker and plans for these types of situations.
And luckily, we have Oakley.
He’s the foreman for this hay-peration.
(see … he wants to know what I’m doing).
All in all, he does a pretty good job of overseeing the work gets done.
Until the baler gets confused.
And then he let’s Farmer D stop and figure out what’s wrong.
Did you know that all tractors come with a built-in tool box?
I think all mixers should come with a built-in spatula.
It’s the job of the apprentice farmers to load the hay on wagons after it’s baled.
So, as long as the weather holds out … and the equipment does what it’s supposed to … and Oakley stays on the job …
This will happen.
A couple hundred million times.
Okay, maybe not quite that many times.
But before you know it, we’ll be up to the rafters in hay again.
And we’ll thank the good Lord for it.