Yesterday we started bagging hay. In order to feed the sheep through the winter, we have to store a lot of feed for them. We don't have a silo, but bagging does pretty much the same thing. The hay ferments inside the bag, keeping it from spoiling, and it's easy access with a loader tractor in the winter.
A forage harvester picks up the cut hay in the field. I didn't take a photo of this.
Then, another tractor brings the wagon full of chopped hay to the bag/bagger.
At the end the bag is sealed and left that way. It takes at least a month before you can reopen the bag. I'll show you photos when the bag is full after the weekend.