Pull up the turnips, top and tail them, then throw them in a sort of windrow, and let them lie a few days to dry.
It should be cut just as it is coming into flower, and should be cured in the windrow.
On either side, in a long, straggling line, they lay now on the ground—a windrow where Death had reaped.
Mark and Mr. Royden threw on the remainder of the windrow, making a large, unshapely load.
Then they made some rude spreaders from branches that Lew cut in the windrow.
Now and then the gray squirrel came down from a tree and ran over the windrow.
When completed it appeared like a windrow of freshly raked shrubs.
The long stay in the windrow served Robert well, more than atoning for the drain made upon his strength by their rapid flight.
On the hay-slews we had to prime the rake with old hay 'fore we could make a windrow.
Rake and press combined would be preferable, but would not object to its taking the hay in the windrow.