This year the second mowing is here in Eastern Styria at the beginning of July. The grass is cut and is turned over by the hay tedder and brought into line by the rake. The alpine dairy farmer’s chair found its way into the valley prematurely and its original use has had its day. It is decorated with a scratch technique and shows various animal motifs. Cow, rabbit, deer, stag, goat, horse and pig are depicted, as well as gentians and trees. Scythe and pitchfork are shown as tools. An original piece that is not more than 100 years old, but is extremely interesting due to its specialty.