A hot day to mow hay (it usually is)

Timing means everything to get the hay crop in from the field. That means when the weather cooperates, its time to get out there – even when the temperature soars.

A farmer mows hay in the heat of a summer morning
A farmer mows hay on a hot summer’s day.

The heat was on this morning in barn country. It’s been in the 90s over the past three days with humidity levels rising. With hot and dry weather in the forecast, this should be a good week for the hay to dry and to be baled for storage.

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