Thank you; now make haste with the letter to Hay, and return as fast as you can.
I had it still before me when I entered Hay, and slipped the letter into the post- office; I saw it as I walked fast down-hill all the way home.
The oxen had started back from their hay, and were standing with their heads down the street, leaving room for the party to act in.
Throw the hay into the cart,” said Edwards, “or they will suspect how it has been done.
The steward was seated on the hay, and enjoined to hold his peace and apply the goad that was placed in his hand, while the oxen were urged on.
Billy had discovered the state of the steward’s mind, and he walked for some time alongside of the cart, musing with himself, when he took the goad from Benjamin (who fell back on the hay and was soon asleep) and drove his cattle down the street, over the bridge, and up the mountain, toward a clearing in which he was to work the next day, without any other interruption than a few hasty questions from parties of the constables.
Denver and upon the Misses Walker, we must call upon this Mrs.
This year, we cut the hay
with a rotary mower, then raked it with a side-delivery rake bought in the late 1950s but still going strong.
Reuben went backwards and forwards around the fields on the vintage tractor, behind him the hay
bob spun, turning and lifting the grass and flinging it into the air.
The tractor/stacker would fill its basket with hay
from the windrows made by a side-delivery rake, then turn around, fill it again and pile it on top of the first bunch in order to get a full, level basket before taking it to the stack.
Anna Heywood, from the Hay
Tourism Group, said: "This is a community-led initiative and I'm please so many people got behind it.
1991Baguio residents, who were recovering from the 1990 Luzon earthquake, becomes protective of Camp John Hay
when the United States relinquished its former military bases to the Philippine government.
As of August 7, the hay
has been collected from the area of 43,784 hectares, which is 28,843 tons less than in 2013, said first deputy envoy Kasen Azisov.
This release called chemical histamine can cause hay
thieves usually strike in the dark of night and then resell the hay
for profit, or feed it to their hungry cattle because they can't afford additional food for the animals.