Winrow Sunday


"Winrow - a row of cut or mown hay or small grain crop.  Typically it is allowed to dry before being rolled or baled."    


This Sunday is the second cutting of hay in my region.  Winrows are all over my small town.  The above photo was snapped on my way to, "town".  

This afternoon was full of time with family, grilling, visitors, and looking forward to the upcoming week.  

I hope you make this week a good one. 


Linking up with The Barn Collective.  




Comments

  1. ...lots of hay is being put up here too. No rain make haying easier! Thank Michelle for stopping by, enjoy your week.

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  2. A lot of hay being cut here, too. I like seeing it laid out in rows like that
    Have a wonderful week!

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  3. Love the smell of fresh cut hay!

    In some climates a second cutting of hay is a bonus. Are the growers in your are able to get a third cut before the end of the growing season?

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  4. Hello, the winrows are a neat sight. Enjoy your day and new week!

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  5. Thanks for sharing this, don't have these here is this hot desert:)

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  6. I bet it smelled great around there! I love the smell of fresh hay!

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  7. I've seen those around here too but didn't know it had a name.

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  8. Good luck back at school, Michelle!

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  9. A common sight in fields here as well.

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  10. I see those rows all the time around here, just never heard anyone call them winrows.
    Interesting...

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  11. Happy Hay Time
    and first week of school for 2018-19 . . .

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  12. I love the harvest time...it´s so beautiful!
    Warm and sunny hug from Titti

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  13. As a city gal this is one of the reasons I love to take drives in the country, always something happening on a working farm.. and such a pleasure to see. Happy new week Michelle ✨

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  14. I learned a new word! Thank you!

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