Hay rapped in plastic foil, green or dry, both are used. But as you know dairy farms are rare now days. The farm you saw does beef only.
Talked to a guy a couple years ago. He inherited a dairy farm that supported a big 25 people family, incl aunts, uncles, grannies and so on 150 years ago with a couple of dozens of cows. Now this guy was alone with a fully automated robotic milking aquipment and 150 cows. He went bankrupt. He was ashamed he couldn't make the farm support one person and had to shut down.
The area with the street lights was a parking in front of a school to the right and a residential area to the left.
Pulp logs. They are cut in 10' to 18' lengths here and laid length wise.
I mostly choose small country roads for my sightseeings and log trucks may do the opposite
However for loading trucks may have to enter smaller roads and this is how it's done