hayrack : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a rack that holds hay for feeding livestock
- n a frame attached to a wagon to increase the amount of hay it can carry
- After the sunburn of the day handling a pitchfork at a hayrack,After the eggs and biscuits and coffee,The pearl-grey haystacks in the.
- Says Frank Simpson, who works 600 acres in central Illinois: "It used to be that to make hay, you went out with a 75 pitchfork a $30 hayrack and a $300 team.
- Another beam reveals a row of auger holes, evidence of a hayrack.
News & Articles
- Cuisine in the Corn
Four Oaks’ Cuisine in the Corn is scheduled to return again in 2013 to Bloomsbury Farm in Atkins. The unique farm-to-table experience at Cuisine in the Corn includes a five-course meal featuring local produce from Morgan Creek Farms. Diners are transported by hayrack deep into the cornfield to a long, elegantly-adorned table. Attendees report that [...]
July 17, 2013 - The Gazette
- Chip Davis in Emediawire (press release)
Mannheim Steamroller composer Chip Davis says, "Halloween is one of our greatest holidays, but there really isn't much music associated with it. I have a huge Halloween party on my farm every year that includes hayrack rides and costumed characters....