Tate Ag Students Get Up Close Look At Baling Hay

August 31, 2015

Agriculture students at Tate High School took part in a class Friday led by Melissa Gibbs and Austin Courson on how to bale hay.

“Cut it. let it dry, flip it, let it dry some more, rake it into rows and bale it,” explained observer Kim Stefansson, school district public relations coordinator.

Pictured: Baling hay Friday morning at Tate High School. Photos by Kim Stefansson for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.


One Response to “Tate Ag Students Get Up Close Look At Baling Hay”

  1. ME on August 31st, 2015 2:50 pm

    This is a great program the kids to utilize. I wish they had something like this when I went to Pace.

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