January 23, 2012 § 2 Comments
Photo Credit: US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
(… would, I think, be appreciated.)
Tagged: black-and-white, black-and-white photography, history, NOAA photograph, snow
So my husband did not invent the term “hay flake”!
Nope! It’s a real, if somewhat flexible, unit term. (For those not familiar with square/rectangular hay bales, a flake is like a slice of the bale. The forage gets rammed into flakes in the baler, making the hay easier to handle when being distributed later on. Usually 13-14 flakes per bale on average.)
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