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Hamilton Hay and Straw Oct 13
What’s the best tarp to use to keep hay best looking and out of the elements?
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MUSLIMIN Oct 6
Ning...*
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#Peoples news. 9h
. jack. Admins on here Keep going into accounts, and removing Followers, and doing other Stuff, out of Jealousy, hate, or Polotics. How about u Fix that problem It makes for unsafe community, and encourages bulling.
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Dylan West Oct 14
Back into it today after a bit of rain over the weekend. 1500 bales done and hopefully plenty more still to come
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D Hackett Photographer, Artist and Author 1h
A is needed in late summer to harvest for the autumn and fall season Florida
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Houcine🎃 🇲🇦 🇺🇸 Oct 12
Weekend brunch for Moe and Larry.
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Conservatories Near Oct 10
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Sigma Recruitment Oct 14
New opportunity! Electrical Maintenance Technician in -on-Wye.
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Lego Forage Specialist 17h
Come talk to the “experts” in the beef pavilion tomorrow at the ! The will be busy answering questions and attending demos!
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Corbin Schuster Oct 12
Question for the community. Is it possible for bleached hay to regain its green colour once cut, baled and stacked in a shed? I don't think it's possible (the plant is dead) but over the years I've heard a lot of people in the industry talk about it occurring...
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Sigma Recruitment Oct 8
Job opportunity! Project Engineer in -on-Wye.
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Sigma Recruitment Oct 7
Take a look at one of our latest roles! Electrical Maintenance Technician in -on-Wye.
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bfi Oct 11
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The Poetry App Oct 8
from "Too Late" by
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jason watts Oct 12
A sunny Spring Saturday for cutting hay.
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doug phillips Oct 13
Face Painting Pony Rides Hay bales, pumpkins, and corn stalks for decorations 💎💎
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Big Kahuna Oct 7
... (Mostly scheming about sneaking a taste of that right there...) @ Willards, Maryland
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D Hackett Photographer, Artist and Author 3h
Late summer is when is harvested and rolled into large and is a sure sign that autumn fall is not far away Florida
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Nikki Ellis 10h
Never a dull moment when my Brother In Law is around! @ Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch
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Hay & Forage Grower 23h
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