A field of hay swept into windrows is an iconic image that connects Westport with its agricultural past. The dry final week of June has been ideal for taking in the first mowing and a busy week for Jim Wood of Adamsville Road. After the mow, Wood’s tractor pulled a teddering machine through the field to fluff up the hay and hasten drying. Here he drags a hay-rake through the field making orderly windrows of hay. A few hours later, Mr. Wood’s hay-baler compacted several hundred bales which were loaded into a barn for the cattle’s winter feed for a Drift Road farmer.