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03-21-2013 07:20:45

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First photo. I still have a pulley/gear box with a short peace of track that lifted the hay up.
Second photo. Our stacker was a big arm that lifted the load up and over the stack. I don't remember what that type was called. ???? That was my first job as a kid driving the team that lift the load. When I messed up, Granddad would say the horses are smarter than the kid. $8.00 a day for a long day.

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03-21-2013 09:52:23

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 Re: Picture for Today in reply to Wheat Farmer, 03-21-2013 07:20:45  
It was my first job; I drove the team that pulled the hay up and over onto the stack - when I was 6 years old. The horses knew the job better than I did; I mostly just carried the lines back and forth.

You got paid?? I don't remember ever getting a nickel, but I got to eat good.

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03-21-2013 15:54:25

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 Re: Picture for Today in reply to Dick2, 03-21-2013 09:52:23  
I had the same job when I was about 8 but I had to sit on the horses back. I thought I was doing somethine great but the horse was listening to Grandpa not me. I now know that they put me on the back of the horse so that I would not get in the way and get hurt. Good memories.


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