Having come up much the same way, let me give you some advice. Don't go after a crimper or crusher. Go to a few sales or look on craigslist and find an older haybine that is still usable. Or go in a bit bigger and get a newer one, like a 1219 Deere or a decent 270 NH. After just a few rounds, and a few cuttings, they will pretty much pay you back quickly. Hay should be crimped as soon as you can for the process to work properly and literally cut a day off your drying time. Another great tool is a tedder- even a two basket to start. A lot of times, you can find these items at a farm or consignment auction and not pay too dearly for them. But having a crimper is really not a step forward, and may cause you to sleep outside for a night or two if your wife happens to be in hearing range.
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