hayfork


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hay·fork

 (hā′fôrk′)
n.
1. A hand tool for pitching hay.
2. A machine-operated fork for moving hay.

hayfork

(ˈheɪˌfɔːk)
n
(Agriculture) a long-handled fork with two long curved prongs, used for moving or turning hay; pitchfork
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hayfork - a long-handled fork for turning or lifting hay
fork - an agricultural tool used for lifting or digging; has a handle and metal prongs
Translations

hayfork

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They are all dwarfs and one peasant woman will toss three of them with a hayfork." Others did not like that tone and said it was stupid and vulgar.
Previous research by Bury (1972) at Hayfork Creek, another northern California location, also showed that males have greater home ranges (1.0 ha) compared to those of females (0.3 ha).
Also in Trinity County, crews plan to complete the Big Creek prescribed fire at Ewing Reservoir near the community of Hayfork. The fire will improve oak woodland wildlife habitat and expand existing fuel breaks that help provide wildfire protection for the community.
Just to the left is a spear-style hayfork. It doesn't look like it would carry much hay but apparently, it worked fine with the two short, spring-loaded barbs that extend out from near the point, 180 degrees apart.
Sandwich sign, hayfork sign, pseudokidney sign can be seen on longitudinal scan.
This time, however, Lige is not angered: If Gates had ever criticized Lige's manipulation of a hayfork at home, Lige would have furiously disdained his hate or blame.
HeEUROd blown a sigh through the gap in his front teeth, propping his hayfork against the barn.
Through the Forest Congress, and with the support of Fran Korten of the Ford Foundation, they formed a group known as the Communities Committee under the initial leadership of Lynn Jungwirth from Hayfork, California, then Carol Daly of Columbia Falls, Montana.
ON YER BIKE: Ellena McDevitt tries out the Hayfork tricycle with Lifelong Learning Officer Julia Gandy and below with Logan Greenway PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS: Joshua Howells and the penny farthing DRAWN TO IT: Caitlin Groom and Patrick Ward at the bone shaker from 1869 REVVED UP: Sarah McDevitt with Daniel Morgan in the Ghost Town exhibition
Survivors include his wife; four daughters, Linda Nelson and Peggy Parson, both of Eureka, Calif., and Diedre Jared and Stephanie Gilbert, both of Coos Bay; two sons, Dale Moore of Hayfork, Calif., and Farren Brown of Eugene; two sisters, Zelma Henry of San Angelo, Texas, and Willie Grace Bright of Dallas, Texas; and 15 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.
In her UW Oral History Project interview, LeVan-Green recalls one particular technology transfer success story from the town of Hayfork, California.