Baling the hay


A farmer bales hay in a field just off Summerlin’s Crossroads Road in Duplin County last week. There are approximately 32,000 acres of hay and pasture land in Sampson County, some of which is used to bale hay that farmers use for their livestock. Duplin County’s acreage mirrors that in Sampson.


A farmer bales hay in a field just off Summerlin’s Crossroads Road in Duplin County last week. There are approximately 32,000 acres of hay and pasture land in Sampson County, some of which is used to bale hay that farmers use for their livestock. Duplin County’s acreage mirrors that in Sampson.


A farmer bales hay in a field just off Summerlin’s Crossroads Road in Duplin County last week. There are approximately 32,000 acres of hay and pasture land in Sampson County, some of which is used to bale hay that farmers use for their livestock. Duplin County’s acreage mirrors that in Sampson.

A farmer bales hay in a field just off Summerlin’s Crossroads Road in Duplin County last week. There are approximately 32,000 acres of hay and pasture land in Sampson County, some of which is used to bale hay that farmers use for their livestock. Duplin County’s acreage mirrors that in Sampson.

A farmer bales hay in a field just off Summerlin’s Crossroads Road in Duplin County last week. There are approximately 32,000 acres of hay and pasture land in Sampson County, some of which is used to bale hay that farmers use for their livestock. Duplin County’s acreage mirrors that in Sampson.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Hay.jpgA farmer bales hay in a field just off Summerlin’s Crossroads Road in Duplin County last week. There are approximately 32,000 acres of hay and pasture land in Sampson County, some of which is used to bale hay that farmers use for their livestock. Duplin County’s acreage mirrors that in Sampson.

A farmer bales hay in a field just off Summerlin’s Crossroads Road in Duplin County last week. There are approximately 32,000 acres of hay and pasture land in Sampson County, some of which is used to bale hay that farmers use for their livestock. Duplin County’s acreage mirrors that in Sampson.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Hay-2.jpgA farmer bales hay in a field just off Summerlin’s Crossroads Road in Duplin County last week. There are approximately 32,000 acres of hay and pasture land in Sampson County, some of which is used to bale hay that farmers use for their livestock. Duplin County’s acreage mirrors that in Sampson.
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