Caption: The process of making hay
has come so far over the years.
The baler had a few teething troubles but eventually we had around 500 small bales of beautifully soft meadow hay
When my father purchased his first hydraulic stacker in the early 1940s, one of his neighbors scoffed, saying he could pitch a lot of hay
for $600 (its cost).
1993On June 29, President Fidel Ramos transfers the former John Hay
Air Station to the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) through Proclamation No.
In At-Bashi district, the hay
was collected from the area of 23, 509 hectares, the cost of 1 bale of hay
is 250 soms.
Some of the risk factors of hay
fever are a person's gender and age.
At Huddersfield Coroner's Court yesterday, Coroner Peter Straker said while Mr Hay
's body had not been found, he accepted Mr Hay
had died within the area of that court's jurisdiction.
Mohamed Jalal Al Reyaysa, director of Communication & Community Service at ADFCA said that the program would encourage local hay
manufacturers to play a significant role in providing high quality feed for the animals in the emirate.
Study author professor Jean Emberlin, director of the Nat ional Pollen and Aerobiology Research Unit, warned: "We can expect the number of hay
fever sufferers to double, if not more.
With an already reduced yield, farmers cannot afford to let their hay
be reduced to rubbish, Lacefield said.
Nine of the 11 case-patients had contact with hay
preceding the development of sporotrichosis; 8 had bought the hay
from 1 of 2 commercial suppliers located in the township of Margaret River (outlet 1 and outlet 2).
In one case, an insured observed smoke coming from a barn containing large bales of hay
, so he removed the bales to minimize damage to the hay