Making hay in North Stonington

Curt Main of Stonington, operates a kicker baler harvesting the season's first cutting of alfalfa grass at Lone Pine Farm in North Stonington on Tuesday, June 12, 2018. Main is an employee of Knollery Farm in Stonington, where the hay will used for the farm's livestock. Over 700 bales of hay were collected today.

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