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Hay buck
also called "bucking hay"

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  1. is a type of manual labor where hay bales, usually 85 lb. to as much as 150 lb., are stacked by hand in a storage area such as a barn, or stacked on a vehicle for transportation, such as a wagon or semi truck for delivery to where the hay is needed

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  2. The act of throwing the bales up to a higher level is called "bucking"

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  3. The work is very strenuous and physically demanding, and is dependent upon using a proper technique in order to not grow weary too quickly

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  4. For storage the bottom tiers of the hay bales are sometimes stacked by a machine called a harrowbed, and the hay bucks brought in to "top off" the stack

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  5. The workers generally wear chaps to protect their legs and use hay hooks, anywhere from 8 to 19 inch long metal hooks with wooden handles, to secure the bales and move them

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