How to Build a Hay Wagon?

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There are many ways to make a hay wagon. To keep it simple you can use the axle base of an old truck, create a wood or metal hauling basket and attach it to the axle for fifty bucks.
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If you can find an old car or truck chassis somewhere you have a great start on building your own hay-wagon. For very little extra cost you can convert this into a sturdy wagon for getting that hay in without all the trips just a pickup would require. For more information look here: Build A Hay-Wagon www.motherearthnews.com;
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You can build a covered wagon from a wagon you have at home. Attach arches that mount on each side, then cover the whole contraption with canvas.
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It is actually called The Hay Wain and it was painted by John Constable in 1821. There is also a painting called 'Haywain' by Heironymous Bosch, circa 1500-1502.
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