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The answer HAYMOW has 12 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of haymow in various dictionaries:
noun - a mass of hay piled up in a barn for preservation
noun - a loft in a barn where hay is stored
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Upper part of a barn|
|Stack in a barn|
|Pile-up area in a barn|
|Barn storage area|
|Space above a stable|
|Stores end of 4 across to surprise youth leader near Trim|
|How May organised Stack?|
|Who may upset Rick?|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|a stack of hay or part of a barn in which hay is stored.|
|A stack of hay or part of a barn in which hay is stored.|
|The hay stored in a hayloft.|
|Archaic A haystack.|
|Haymow might refer to|
A hayloft is a space above a barn, stable or cow-shed, traditionally used for storage of hay or other fodder for the animals below. Haylofts were used mainly before the widespread use of very large hay bales, which allow simpler handling of bulk hay.|
* The hayloft is filled with loose hay from the top of a wagon, thrown up through a large door, usually some 3 metres (10 ft) or more above the ground, often in the gable end of the building. Some haylofts have slots or holes (sometimes with hatches), each above a hay-rack or manger in the animal housing below. The hay could easily be dropped through the holes to feed the animals.
* Another method of using a hayloft is to create small bundles of hay (14 cubic feet), then hoist them up using a block and tacklein this case a hay elevator to the room. This allows for more efficiency when moving hay around.
* The difference between a hayloft and a mow is significant. A mow is exposed to the weather, only elevated on a small platform off the ground.