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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Good Fences

is brought to us each week by a Texas blogger,TexWisGirl at http://run-a-roundranch.blogspot.com. Some of the best fences worldwide can be found there.
I have no idea what this piece of machinery is.  The fence was the eye catcher.


 

28 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I am sure someone will help id that piece of machinery.. Love the fence shots..Have a happy day!

Margaret Adamson said...

Yes that piece of farm machinery looks very interesting. Great fence shot.

bj said...

Great fence shots, LV
xoxo

TexWisGirl said...

that long chute made me thing hay baler, but i think i'm going the wrong direction with a bale. :)

thanks for the great fence!

carolann said...

Great fences and that piece of machinery makes it look unique.

Felicia said...

that is a great character fence but I'm not sure what the machine is either.

Christine said...

I'm sure there's quite a bit of history both with the machinery and the great fence!

Ida said...

I think both the fence and the farm machinery were quite interesting.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Cool old machine...so mysterious!
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Back In Thyme Primitives said...

I love the old rustic fence. I would love to have that fence around my house. Thanks for sharing!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I like that old rustic fence and what a neat machine. Enjoy your afternoon sweet lady! Hugs, Diane

Lynne said...

I am not sure what that piece of machinery is used for either. Nice rail fence though !

Sandra said...

beautiful old rail fence and i am wondering if that contraption shells corn, whatever it is i have never seen one

Gert said...

That piece of machinery looks like a hay baler...just not sure how it works! Lol The fence is quite eye catching!

Blessings,
Gert

Gert said...

Yes, it is a hay baler!! I looked it up on the Internet!

Gert

Lois said...

That is quite an unusual contraption! I like the fence.

Michelle said...

I do like that fence.

NanaDiana said...

I am almost sure that first piece of equipment was one of the first "automatic" baling machines. It packed the hay into a bale and then as it slid down that long "ramp" the twine would go under it. I think with those you had to have someone walking along beside it to tie off the bale with the twine. It looks similar (but more rustic) to the one we had on the farm when I was a kid.
But- I could be wrong -but that is my guess. xo Diana

4RRanch said...

I'm definitely going with hay baler. Nice fence too.

Stephanie said...

Interesting machinery!

Chandra Eswaran said...

Hi LV,
The fence is very unique and looks quite sturdy.
I haven't a clue what that machine is either.
Thanks for visiting my site today.
Have a Beautiful Day!
Peace :)

Adam said...

reminds me of the old wooden fence from my childhood yard

Marie C said...

I thought that looked like a hay baler! Great to see it! Love the fence too.

Sandi said...

Love that last one especially. Serenity...ahh...

Marcia said...

Love that fence.
Still catching up on last Pink Saturday. :) Thank you so much for stopping by, LV.
xoxo

Debbie said...

i'm not a farmer type girl and i have no idea what the machinery is, but i would have photographed it as well!!

a simple fence but quite pleasing to the eye!!

have a wonderful weekend!!!

don said...

A fine post. I like the old equipment although I don't know for certain what the machine is.

Mama Zen said...

Love that fence!