Amish Farmers using a Horse-Drawn Hay Baler
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Amish Farmers using a Horse-Drawn Hay Baler

I took this photo out the car window as we drove through Amish country near Intercourse, PA (no, I'm not making up that town name). Scenes like this are still very common in this part of the US, though I felt like I was in a different country. I find it interesting that their hay baler is horse-drawn, but the baler machine itself is automated. If you look closely you can spot their dog tagging along.

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Posted Nov 03, 2010 8:41 am

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