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Hay When The Sun Shines


  1. Jan 12,  · to make hay while the sun shines (literally, agriculture) To make hay during favourable (dry) weather. (idiomatic) To act while an opportunity exists; to take action while a situation is favorable.
  2. noun. grass, clover, etc, cut and dried as fodder. (in combination) a hayfield; a hayloft. hit the hay slang to go to bed. make hay of to throw into confusion. make hay while the sun shines to take full advantage of an opportunity.
  3. Make Hay While the Sun Shines. Steven Lee Olsen. the Southland Let's take all the troubles, put them in a sack Throw them out the window and never look back And make hay while the sun shines, dance all.
  4. Make Hay While The Sun Shines synonyms. Top synonyms for make hay while the sun shines (other words for make hay while the sun shines) are seize the day, carpe diem and make hay.
  5. May 15,  · Making Hay When the Sun Shines, and Doesn't Host Jacki Lyden and New York Times Magazine Ethicist Randy Cohen discuss the ethics of peddling .
  6. Make Hay While the Sun Shines Meaning. Definition: Take action when possible; don’t procrastinate; take advantage of any good opportunity. Origin of Make Hay While the Sun Shines. This expression first appeared in the s, and had a literal meaning. Farmers must cut their hay on a sunny day because the rain would prevent them from doing so.
  7. May 24,  · make hay while the sun shines, love it! Quote by Marilyn, from Pa (Charles Ingalls), Laura Ingalls Wilder. The deck is a work in progress. It's been a bear! The stripper, which was supposed to magically remove the old peeling stain, just apply and spray with a garden hose! ha. Of course not!
  8. The idiom, “Make hay while the sun shines” originated in an agricultural setting and originally it was in the form “when the sun shineth, make hay”. This unique expression refers to the production of hay after a harvest. The warmth of the sun’s rays dry up the wheat stalks and turns them into hay.
  9. Making Hay When the Sun Shines? — Written By Noah Henson and last updated by Emily Capps With the prime of haymaking season being upon us, I ask you the question of, how is your hay? Certainly, a loaded question that could be answered many different ways, but it is very important for us to know exactly what we are feeding our livestock.