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Time To Make Hay

by Wangah Wanyama
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Ugandan farmers are busy making hay because we have had about three months of rain now and the grass is green. In Europe, they are equally making hay because they can only make it in the summer. AFP captured a few pictures.

A farmer uses a hay tedder to turn cut grass during the haylage making process, in Matfield Kent, southeast England, on May 16, 2023. Haylage is made when grass is cut and turned, it is baled when the grass has wilted and the moisture content is between 55-65%, wrapped in an air tight material and used as winter feed for farm animals. (Photo by Ben STANSALL / AFP)
A bailing machine makes round bails during the haylage making process, in Matfield Kent, southeast England, on May 16, 2023. Haylage is made when grass is cut and turned, it is baled when the grass has wilted and the moisture content is between 55-65%, wrapped in an air tight material and used as winter feed for farm animals. (Photo by Ben STANSALL / AFP)
A farmer rows out cut grass ahead of bailing during the haylage making process, in Matfield Kent, southeast England, on May 16, 2023. Haylage is made when grass is cut and turned, it is baled when the grass has wilted and the moisture content is between 55-65%, wrapped in an air tight material and used as winter feed for farm animals. (Photo by Ben STANSALL / AFP)
A farmer rows out cut grass ahead of bailing during the haylage making process, in Matfield Kent, southeast England, on May 16, 2023. Haylage is made when grass is cut and turned, it is baled when the grass has wilted and the moisture content is between 55-65%, wrapped in an air tight material and used as winter feed for farm animals. (Photo by Ben STANSALL / AFP)

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