hayrack

noun
hay·rack | \ ˈhā-ˌrak \

Definition of hayrack 

1 : a feeding rack that holds hay for livestock

2 : a frame mounted on the running gear of a wagon and used especially in hauling hay or straw also : a wagon equipped with a hayrack

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Tours of the farm and its many adorable animals continue until 7 p.m. Traditional harvest-time hayrack rides will take guests on a half-mile route around the edges of the 60-acre working farm. Ginger Brashinger, Daily Southtown, "Barn Dance fun — 'old-fashioned in all the good ways'," 1 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of hayrack

1753, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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