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16 Aug 2012 9:09AM
Nice composition Dan,
Fred.

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pluckyfilly 11 351 33 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2012 9:21AM
I have seen these contraptionsWink at work around a village near home, they look pretty savage but they do a job and thats what is important - good shot Dan
fentiger 16 916 24 England
16 Aug 2012 9:40AM
An unusual composition but it records the action well.

Albert
RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
16 Aug 2012 10:09AM
Interesting to see such a scene which must have been so much more common in days past, Danny.
Ronnie.
16 Aug 2012 10:46AM
Waste not want not...

Dougie
Jasper87 Plus
7 1.9k 150 England
16 Aug 2012 10:48AM
No problems with puncture repairs here, Danny.

Dave
AnnChown Plus
7 202 1 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2012 10:54AM
There was a hay shortage last year - not sure whether there still is or not, so good on them for collecting every last stem.
Ann
NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2012 11:01AM
The more and more I see this beautiful Clydesdale working the land, the more I admire such a industrious and hardworking creature. Pity some of today's youth were not similarly minded

Regards Nathan
franken Plus
15 4.4k 4 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2012 11:11AM
Another excellent addition to the series Dan.

Ken
netta1234 5 382 2 Wales
16 Aug 2012 11:17AM
Good on him,no dont waste any of that lovely hay it will be verry tasty for the winter feeding the animals.
Great shot with great detail
NettaSmileSmileSmileSmileSmile
andylea 9 37 1 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2012 11:29AM
belting comp danny wonderful detail and tones a real cracker nice one Wink
andy
mikbee 10 3 8 Scotland
16 Aug 2012 1:51PM
A proper multi purpose contraption here Danny.
Probably has a bit on it for finding a needle in the haystack !!
(And regarding your comment about not showing you the subject of my upload.
I would have done had you not got a grip of my arm and frogmarched me screaming
and shouting into the pub !!)
Mick.
EMJAYCEE Plus
8 10 10 England
16 Aug 2012 2:06PM
Loving this series.
Joan.
woolybill1 Plus
11 22 70 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2012 4:16PM
Fascinating.
Bill
Lillian Plus
8 22 17 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2012 7:07PM
What happens to the 'horse waste'? seeing as we have that view...it reminded meGrinGrin
really has been a great series Danny
Lillian
Humblebee 5 1 England
16 Aug 2012 7:21PM
I really enjoy looking at your images, they prove we still have hard working folk in this country and give us a wonderful insight into days of yore (well in my case, my days of yore Wink ) Our farmers use modern means and they had practically finished their harvesting over a week ago ... Carol Grin
danbrann 13 636 17
16 Aug 2012 7:39PM

Quote:What happens to the 'horse waste'? seeing as we have that view...it reminded meGrinGrin
really has been a great series Danny
Lillian



Waste not want not Lillian....back into the ground it eventually goes. You can collect it for your roses if you like.
danbrann 13 636 17
16 Aug 2012 7:43PM

Quote:I really enjoy looking at your images, they prove we still have hard working folk in this country and give us a wonderful insight into days of yore (well in my case, my days of yore Wink ) Our farmers use modern means and they had practically finished their harvesting over a week ago ... Carol Grin


Yes it's a hard life Carol but there are three generations working this farm and they absolutely love their horses. One of the big problems is getting replacement equipment as there is not much of it about now. It can take them a day what some farmers can do in an hour and a half.
Danny
Lillian Plus
8 22 17 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2012 8:05PM
OK Danny I'll have a bag full pleaseWink
Lillian
saltireblue Plus
7 7.3k 33 Norway
16 Aug 2012 8:15PM
This activity (albeit using more modern equipment) is in full swing here in Norway at the moment, Danny. Your images show a more pleasing method than the John Deere tractors and automation of today...

Malc
helenlinda Plus
10 344 22 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2012 9:55PM
They certainly look menacing, but I expect they do the job very well SmileSmile
Helen
pascalg Plus
10 37 France
20 Aug 2012 6:21PM
nice details...

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