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KwkClkrSwkr
Jul 7, 2020
Nice, peaceful scene. I'm thankful that farmers can do it.
tshepherd24
Jul 7, 2020
Fun puzzle. I see bales of hay like this starting to pop up everywhere out here in the Midwest during this time of year.
sweetmare56
Jul 7, 2020
I thank God for Farmers & Ranchers, without them we wouldn't have any food. It's a very tough job.
JAMP124
Jul 6, 2020
This was surprisingly easy once I had the pieces sorted by hues!
pixipixil
Jul 6, 2020
My brother married into a farming family in Nebraska. They probably grew corn. I never saw the farm itself but stayed with the brother of the family who worked the farm with his dad. Sadly he was bitten by a mosquito that gave him encephalitis. He became unable to work. The father also had a terrible thing happen. One of the insecticide spouts jammed and in trying to fix it he got dowsed with the insecticide. Although he immediately showered and had his clothes laundered apparently enough of the insecticide remained in them that after putting them on again and sweating into them it got into his pores and blocked them up. He became unable to sweat. He had to farm from the air-conditioned cab of his tractor and avoid being in the heat. Any helpthe gov't gives farmers is deserved ten times over. It's a very dangerous and difficult job.
Be safe out there.
jas6415
Jul 6, 2020
Time to stoke the hay burners (horses)
elijah13
Jul 6, 2020
Amazing how they wrap the hay. Farming is hard work. I'm just glad we have people that like to do it.

"Happiness is not an absolute value. It is a state of comparison." Zadie Smith
dbnc2
Jul 6, 2020
We were farmers but we didn't grow hay
the first hay I saw I like this I took a picture of it
now i'll look for a mystery
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