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The hay has been cut and left to dry. At some point, we will come along and rake it. Raking serves two purposes. 1. To flip the hay over, putting the dry side down, and giving the wet side a chance to dry. 2. To put two windrows together, to save the baler trips across the field.
The unraked windrows are on the left, and the two rows together on the right.
It’s easy to see what a difference raking can do to a field.Find me here!