Looks like yesteryear but this photo was taken a few days ago, four horses pulling an All-Crop harvester originally meant to be pulled by a tractor. The harvester was built between the mid 1930s and the early 1960s - a minimum of half a century ago. The machine is taking in the seed heads and spitting out the straw.
After the farmer who's driving the rig circles his field, he will position the part that looks a bit like a giraffe over a grain hopper to empty the harvester of the seed heads. Then he will circle his field again to harvest more wheat.
I admire the Amish way of life, seemingly much simpler than our modern ways. But I'd have trouble giving up my camera, computer and blogging.
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