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  • n. Plural form of hayfield.


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  • Almost all of the antelope were on the irrigated hayfields, which is no surprise considering how dry the rest of the country is.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • With shrapnel now in his back also, from German Focke-Wulf 190 fighters that shot down his Flying Fortress, shooting parachuting crew members as they drifted down over French hayfields.

    He Drank

  • The exception that readily comes to mind are the groundhogs that destroy hayfields and devour gardens.

    If your not going to eat it , why would you shoot a animal?

  • There were dams and lakes, beautiful meadows, lush hayfields, red hills of grape-lands, hundreds of acres of good pasture, heavenly groves of pines and oaks, a stone winery, stone barns, grounds -- oh, I couldn't describe it in hours.


  • "Do you . . . have any hayfields near your house?"

    I Hear the Voices of Angels

  • Ok, so you're a poet, an ex-printer, and you drive past hayfields.

    I Hear the Voices of Angels

  • After that I had dead groundhogs piled in my driveway, my "private drive" sign shot to pieces, and huge donuts spun in my hayfields, yet local law enforcement can't do anything about all of that.

    Deer Hunting with Dogs

  • "There's a huge amount of land, either fallow or in low-value crops like hayfields" Associated could acquire and replant in pears, the 65-year-old farmer says.

    Oregon Pear Growers Sour on Land Law

  • In order to create such a diversified farm by spring, we would need to work quickly, build up our infrastructure, figure out how to raise six different types of livestock and integrate them with the vegetable and grain rotations, the pastures and hayfields.

    The Dirty Life

  • I backed up, turned the car around, and drove past the small ranchers clustered in front of the hayfields with pickup trucks parked in the yards until I found a farm road that cut through the windbreak and into a field.



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