While back, I tried a small patch of hulless oats. Didn't have a scythe with a grain cradle to cut and lay in windrows, so I decided to see if my weedeater would do the job. Turns out the center arbor hole on 12" miter saw blades is the same as the arbor on the weed eater, so I bolted up an old 12" blade. For a 'cradle' to gather the cut stalks, I made up out of copper pipe bent with a conduit bender....and ended up with a motorized redneck scythe ! I tried it with the normal brush blade, but the diameter and number of teeth didn't seem to work too well....so I switched to the 12" 48 tooth blade. Worked good....I could cut a 4-5' wide swath and lay it over in a windrow with all the grain heads pointing in the same direction....unfortunately, I waited too long to harvest and weed got up in the mature grain.....so after I cut and windrowed the whole patch, I pitchforked it up in the tractor bucket and dumped it in the chicken yard, where they worked on 'threshing' it out and eating it directly....which worked fine too. I want to try a patch of wheat next.