Well, ultimately tedder took me and trained me—did it for nix—for what he hoped to get out of me in the future.
It was the passe-partouts that brought me and tedder together.
Hay may be made quickly by starting the tedder an hour behind the mowing machine.
The way to take or give back the milk again, is to cut that tedder.
Mr. tedder summed him up as "as a compound of a Benedictine monk, a Crusader and a Buccaneer."
The tedder should be used once, twice or oftener as the circumstances may require.
But two horses pulling a hay-tedder will straddle the open strip between the swaths when the tedder is twice the width of the cut.
When thus cured it is stirred with the tedder often enough to aid in curing the hay quickly.
But in the field where George had watched the mower and the tedder, machinery and horse power were again in use.
Mr. tedder describes him as a man of great and subtle intellect and very urbane.