ive been helpin my dad bale his hay for the last 2 weeks..well the last 2 tuesdays rather..i said once i left home id never farm again,but somehow he talks me into it year after year...
anyone else been farming?????????
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Only when I was young and impressionable (I'm in my 50's now). Great-Grandparents (moms fathers parents kind of thing) had a working farm in Jefferson county in Oregon back in the day (50's-70's). We kids would spend summers there every so often. Picking corn, green beans and other small crop items. Manually hoeing in-ground crops (carrots, etc) was a stone bitch. I even learned how to catch, behead, boil and pluck a chicken. All of these were true life experiences for a kid who lived and grew up in the "big city" (Los Angeles). I never could figure out how Gma could cook anything let alone a full meal on a wood fired cast iron stove.
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I was bailing hay all last week, we managed to get about 1500 bales off the first cutting this year. Now for the drought. My Grandparents own a 300 acre Horse Farm in Ooltewah so I help out as much as I can. Was taught to drive in a old 66 chevy flatbed farm truck hauling hay.
working in the sun in TX is different than most states also to, freakin 105 degrees and 80% humidity where we are, really sucks, i wouldnt want to do it either .... so what you gonna do while your in Tyler