Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Make Silage While the Sun Shines

We have taken a crop of silage from some land we take in Teesdale.  It was baled on site and then transported by lorry back to Pry House Farm.
Because our loader tractor was over in Teesdale, our neighbour came to get the bales off the wagon for us.

When it is wrapped in several layers of silage wrap (keeping it air tight) it can be stacked outside until it is needed for the sheep and cows during the winter.

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