No Farm is Complete Without the “Field Workers” Waiting for That Next Season

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Another visit to the Fort Ransom farm in the spring found these two farm implements abandoned in the field. I believe these were used to gather the cut straw in the fields to form into bails. They could have been pulled by either horses or a motorized tractor.

The deep green grass contrasting the big blue sky is quite common in the spring and summer in North Dakota. Match that with the rusted metal slicing the photograph into sections, and you have a farm scene with depth of field.

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