The Art of Hay Bailing: In Photos

September 15, 2010

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
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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 .