Hayfork Hay"fork` (h[=a]"f[^o]rk`), n. A fork for pitching and tedding hay. [1913 Webster]

{Horse hayfork}, a contrivance for unloading hay from the cart and depositing it in the loft, or on a mow, by horse power. [1913 Webster]

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