July 14, 2013

The Barn Loft

In Motion Sport Horses winter hay supply

Ben and Justin taking a break from a job that is about two-thirds of the way completed!

Why is it that putting hay into the barn usually happens on the hottest days of the year? Does it have something to do with “make hay while the sun shines”? I think it must. All I have to say is that I am very thankful to have a dry place to store a winter’s worth of hay and a couple of strong young men who are up for the task!

Southern Oregon Horse Trainer's hay supply

Accompanied by faithful canines, Roxy and Joy

Ben Jordan and Justin Williams are two awesome guys who annually put tons (literally tons!) of hay into a hay loft. When the hay is delivered, it is placed with a squeeze loader on the ground right outside of the loft door.  The guys then roll and lift each bale into the loft.  They think this process is a great workout and why would anyone pay a gym membership instead of doing this task!!  Again, I’m glad it’s them and not me!  Kudos and many thanks to you two, Ben and Justin!!


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