Monday, June 06, 2011

Monday Dose of Cute: New Hay Inspectors

New Hay Inspectors - Farmgirl Fare



© FarmgirlFare.com, where there are now 144 more bales of hay stacked neatly in the pole barn, and we are both still able to move—although that may change by tomorrow morning. Only about 625 bales (hopefully) more to go!

6 comments:

  1. I hope the hay passes their rigorous inspection.

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  2. You've got plenty of help.

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  3. Hauling hay is hot, heavy work. Glad you have a strong hunky farm guy! And glad to see Bert there to supervise!

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  4. Hot and fulfilling work!
    Saw this and thought you might like it. This island is in Lake Ontario, in Prince Edward county.

    http://www.kingstonsheepdogtrials.com/sheep/waupoos.html

    Laura A.

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  5. Now those are some happy chickens! :)

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  6. We just got ours up! First cutting done, CHECK!

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