Oklahoma Farmers Harvest Hay the Old-Fashioned Way

September 29, 2011 03:31 AM

A Day in Ag logoDarrell and Meg Stamper will mow, rake, collect and stack 25 acres of hay this year near Luther, Okla. They enjoy the traditional way of harvesting a hay crop, using horses and turn-of-the-century equipment.



Provided by the Oklahoma Farm Bureau.



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