Walking the two terriers arounds the droves, fields and orchards one of the sights that you become accustomed to is the amount of obsolete agricultural machinery that is just cast aside. Obviously one day it was in use then the next day it had been superseded by newer, cleverer and fancier equipment.
I've said before that there must be a scrap metal value but nobody seems to care about that at all. The equipment just gets dumped and the grass grows up through it. I know one orchard where there are three old tractors rotting away and they must have a monetary if not an antique value.