Horse and Hay Wagon
This picture was taken in 1920 of a horse pulling a wagon of hay. There was quite a lot of work to do while hauling hay. You had to throw the hay up on the wagon, and someone was always up top to pack it down. A lot of hay went on the wagon. The man who drove the wagon was usually a farmer.
The horse in the picture is a Clydesdale. As you can see, the horse has a stripe on its forehead.
A blacksmith made many of the parts on the wagon, like the wheels.
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Entries referring to " Horse and Hay Wagon "
|Title||Author||Type of Post|
|Hauling Potatoes to the Boat (Anne of Green Gables)||Living Archives||Anne Excerpt|
|Farm Buildings||tannerm||Blog entry|
|Harvesting Hay||tannerm||Blog entry|
|Grain Harvesting||KaylaN||Blog entry|
|Context: Horses and Work in the Late 1800's||JadeB||Blog entry|
|Cecil Stewart and Clydesdale||tiffanyh||Blog entry|
|Threshing Machine||Hannah.M||Blog entry|
|Blacksmith's Workshop||katief||Blog entry|
|Horses Working||jenn M||Blog entry|
|Two Children With Horses||jenn M||Blog entry|
|Picking Up the Hay||lakenC||Blog entry|
|Context: Farming in the Late 1800's and Early 1900's||tannerm||Blog entry|
|Hay Wagon||tannerm||Blog entry|
|Farm Women||patrick||Blog entry|
|Will Anne Stay at Green Gables?||Living Archives||Anne Excerpt|