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Haystack

Gary L   Suddath

Joined August 2007

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In the early days fodder to get the stock through the winter was usually hay. The whole process was done by hand in the earliest days later a horse draw hay rake like the one shown was used. The hay then was place by hand into stacks around a pole to help keep it from blowing away. By pressing the hay down as they started and latter by the weight of the hay, it would become fairly waterproof. This took a certain skill by the stackers. The hay would cure by the heat generated by the release of moisture in the hay and compression. A fence was then place around the stack to keep the stock out until it was time for them to feed on it….Image was taken on The Mountain Farm Museum, GSMNP. The barn seen is the Enloe-Floyd Barn, and is of the Shotgun style

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