A more vigorous mower continues the demonstration. At 2:36 the mower stops and switches direction, to show what happens when you mow "away from the wall". The cut stems don't line up as well, and it it becomes more time consuming for the bundlers. Notice how many people it takes to bundle, and gather up the sheaves, following just one mower with a scythe. A second scythe joins the demo later, and the two keep a lot of people busy making the sheaves.
Another good view of the grain cradle at 9:00.
Back to the threshing at 4:59. When done threshing, the straw is raked aside, and then the threshed grain is scooped up with shovels. At 5:49 the grain is next poured through a sieve (to remove the broken bits of straw), and into a large winnowing basket. At 6:00, notice how quickly and effectively the grain is winnowed in the breeze, using a large traditional winnowing basket.
"Sauber!", the winnower declares, 18 seconds later (Clean!). See if you can do it that fast, pouring the grain between two buckets! A round of well-deserved applause follows.
I really appreciate that these farmers took the time to share their knowledge and skill. I am also very grateful to the person that documented it, and posted it on YouTube. Through the wonders of the internet, this info can be quickly spread far and wide.