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The Art of Hay Bailing: In Photos

September 15, 2010

 by Machinefinder

There is something to be said for neatly wrapped bails of hay.  Whether you work on the farm or have just observed from afar, it’s a beautiful sight.  Here are some inspirational images we’ve collected that capture the spirit of haymaking that is an art as much as it’s a work of art:

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Creative Commons License photo credit: Constantin B.

Photo 120/365 - Hay and Seek
Creative Commons License photo credit: Aerokev

Hay Stacks
Creative Commons License photo credit: p0psicle

Here’s a protected haystack – complete with bodyguard :)

Caylie In Sweden.
Creative Commons License photo credit: Brisbane Falling

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Creative Commons License photo credit: Michael (mx5tx)

Making Hay
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July: Haymaking
Creative Commons License photo credit: spratmackrel

Tractor Bailing Hay
Creative Commons License photo credit: georgeowensfx

Romanian Hay Stack

hay cocks in Romania
Creative Commons License photo credit: nicoleta gramada

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  • Albert Hayward

    Bailing-isn’t it something you do at sea when your ship is sinking , or do you Yanks spell things differently ?
    Like the Aussie sentry on the wrapped round bale!
    Couldn’t you at least show a JD trctor + baler , or am I turning colour blind with age ? I believe you (Deere&Co) have a saying that goes like this :”God didn’t make everything Green&Yellow , only the best!
    Thanks for great stuff , keep it up .