The letter H.....hail, horrific, haberdasher....
Yes, I am prone to go for the exotic, but today I have chosen:
The above video shows the mowing of the hay which is called "alfalfa, or clover". It is a prime source of nutrition for cows and horses during winter. The scent of fresh cut alfalfa is delightful.
Here is the difference:
This is hay. Horses and cows love this. Photo below:
This is straw. This is great for putting into a stall. Then it has to be "mucked out". Messy job. This is what remains after different grains, such as wheat, rye, etc. have been harvested. Straw---it is unpleasant to walk upon, and is used for animal bedding. Not for consumption.
The letter H is for hay.