Harpoon fork

a kind of hayfork, consisting of a bar with hinged barbs at one end and a loop for a rope at the other end, used for lifting hay from the load by horse power.

See also: Harpoon

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Dad pushed the harpoon fork into the load of hay and pulled up on the tine trip arm to set the grippers, one at a time.
The harpoon fork went straight up with its load of hay.
Harpoon forks worked well in long hay but not in short hay, so grapple hooks were developed.