Letters to the Editor

When I was growing up on the farm, our neighbor had one and we
always used it when baling. The custom baler charged for raking, so
this would save some on baling charges. The custom baler was not
real pleased with this as the swath would only be 7 feet and that
made more trips around the field. But he would humor us and let us
use this wind-rower to save a few cents on the bale. These
attachments were not used a lot, but on a small farming operation
it would save the cost of a rake for making windrows for hay
loaders and balers. I had completely forgotten about this piece of
equipment until I saw this picture in the magazine.

Duane Craig
Butler, Mo.

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