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Hay Harvesting in the 1940's

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In the 1940’s, Robert M. Carter, of the University of Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, conducted a study of hay harvesting techniques and costs in Vermont. This collection documents that work which resulted in several published studies and three films showing different hay harvesting techniques.

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Published:  October 09, 2008,  University of Vermont, Bailey/Howe Library, Special Collections

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Title:   Hand Methods of Harvesting Hay

Creator:  Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Date:  1940's

Resource type:   moving image

This film is one of three produced In the 1940’s by Robert M. Carter and the University of Vermont Agricultural Expriment Station, as part of a study of hay harvesting techniques and costs in Vermont. This film documents hand methods of harvesting hay.Preservation and digitization of this film was made possible through a generous grant from the National Film Preservation Foundation.

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    Title:   The Buck Rake, Wind Stackers, and Field Chopper in Use

    Creator:  Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

    Date:  1940's

    Resource type:   moving image

    This film is one of three produced In the 1940’s by Robert M. Carter and the University of Vermont Agricultural Expriment Station, as part of a study of hay harvesting techniques and costs in Vermont. This film documents use of the buck rake, wind stalkers, and field chopper.Preservation and digitization of this film was made possible through a generous grant from the National Film Preservation Foundation.University of Vermont, Bailey/Howe Library, Special Collections

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      Title:   Using the One-Man Pick-Up Baler

      Creator:  Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

      Date:  1940's

      Resource type:   moving image

      This film is one of three produced In the 1940’s by Robert M. Carter and the University of Vermont Agricultural Expriment Station, as part of a study of hay harvesting techniques and costs in Vermont. This film documents use of the one-man pick-up baler.Preservation and digitization of this film was made possible through a generous grant from the National Film Preservation Foundation.

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