Saturday, July 04, 2009

Saturday Dose of Cute: The Dog Days of Haying Season


Our hay stacking supervisors: it's a rough job, but thankfully they were up to the challenge.


Wishing you an enjoyable and relaxing 4th of July!

© FarmgirlFare.com, the planning for winter mealtimes during summer foodie farm blog where this year's big hot haying adventure is finally over (hooray! more photos soon), and at one point we had 7 four-footed critters supervising our stacking abilities—not to mention Rooster Daddy crowing his opinions from the sidelines. You're never alone on the farm—though you're often the only one actually working.

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  1. Well. Good thing Bear was there to supervise. Otherwise, you probably never would have finished.

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  2. What a great photo - Love your doggies! Hope you had a wonderful 4th of July!!

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  3. Ah yes, dogs are always the most diligent supervisors!
    I love following your blog, especially since I cannot have a farm of my own (yet!). Keep posting those great pictures!

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  4. Ah, supervisors are known for hardly working rather than working hard.

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  5. I have been sporadically visiting your blog for a couple of months now...thought it was time to say "hello." ☺

    Love your pictures, your writing, and also I wanted to send you a HUGE thank you for posting all those delicious recipes!!! I know how time consuming that can be and I truly appreciate it. I am planning on making the rosemary and raising loaf next week end. Looks SO good!

    Take care,
    GardeningFool

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  6. Your hay looks so nice. I think I'm coveting your hay. Darn. We still have rain, rain, rain.
    Kelly

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  7. Congratulations on a job well done!

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  8. May I ask what kind of a JDhaybalemaker you've got ?
    I make bales at 70 degr N in Norway with a JD 332A. And I LOVE the work (and maybe in the heat and with MANY mosqitoes I hate it a little bit..)and the feeling just standing there looking at the stables..mmm. Good luck to you and the sheep during the coming feedingseason.

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  9. Susan, I look forward to receiving updates in my email box from you blog.

    So I awarded you the Honest Scrap Award, because I love your blog!

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  10. Being a farm dog is hard work - thank goodness this bunch is up to it!

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  11. Hot hot hot job. But I loved haying season when I was a kid! Especially if I'd get to drive the truck! I felt so important. ;)

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  12. I just found your blog and I have to say that I am a little jealous of your lifestyle. We live in the city and try to capture little bits here and there of a simpler life.

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