hayrake

hayrake

(ˈheɪˌreɪk)
n
a large rake used to collect hay
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Tenders are invited for New NH Hayrake, Krone Tedder, procart wheel rake with trade in equipment.
Rocinante, for instance, is described as a broken-down car: "He [Don Keehan] wandered into the open carriage shed where vehicles like strange artillery were lined up hub to hub-a surrey, and a hayrake, disk plows, a high-seated cultivator, a 1951 Plymouth 4-door sedan, and a war surplus Willys jeep, as scarred and brown and dangerous as an aged lion.
45am on Tuesday to paint benches on the park and more volunteers are needed on Sunday, August 26, between 2pm and 5pm for a hayrake - cutting the top meadow.
This position does not cause obstruction with eating and presents minimal disturbance to speech, unlike hayrake and cage-type appliances.
Get up close to the traditional wild flower meadows of Upper Teesdale and meet some minibeasts that live therein the company of Mr Hayrake and Friends on a guided walk with a difference for the whole family.
I played Mr Hayrake, a farmer from the 1950s, but for next summer I'd really like to get hold of an authentic outfit - not only for myself but some clothing for the children to try on themselves.
AVT Sprayer pounds 750; 3 Legsubsoiler pounds 750; Flexicoil Press pounds 440; Claas Jaguar Forage Harvester pounds 2,200; Row grip wheels pounds 480; Germ Sprayer pounds 3,400; KRM 3m Press pounds 2,200; Dowdeswell 4 Fr Plough pounds 1,150; Vauxhall Brava Pickup (N) pounds 2,300; Lely 3m Power Harrow pounds 500; Ifor Williams Horsebox pounds 1,400; NH376 Baler pounds 300; Kuhn Hayrake pounds 200; Haybobs to pounds 350; Irrigation Trailer & Pipes pounds 660; Amazone 3m Seed Drill pounds 2,500; Mims Cattle Weight Grate pounds 440; Wheatley 5T Trailer pounds 375; Weeks 7T Trailers to pounds 650 (twice); Bateman Sheep Handler pounds 400; Sheep Transport Trailer pounds 440.
pounds 420; Krone Hayrake pounds 250; PZ Haybobs to pounds 360.
For such machines as hayrake, side delivery rake, or tedder, the Samson Iron Horse just fills the bill.
Meanwhile, a couple of partners named Candee and Swann had started building hayrakes and other implements in Moline, Illinois, in 1852.
Over the past four decades Mr Frost, 63, has also collected hundreds of other old equine implements, from harnesses to harrows, hayrakes and seeders.