This is miserable! One more sub par week like this and thou shall be punished!
They have worked so hard to get all these crops, and now have to give most of it to their lord. They go to his manor to deliver it. They are owned by their lord rather than owned by their section of land, or fief, like serfs are.
Going back home
They bring the crops to the lord's manor, and since they are peasants, they walk on foot. Their lord can take what he wants, but will most likely leave some food for the peasants.
Back to work
The lord might punish the peasants for not making enough food, which was sometimes very scarce in the Middle Ages. The harder the peasants worked to get food, the more food they got to keep for themselves.
Time to rest
Peasants are very jealous of the other classes, because in Feudalism, they have almost no chance of making enough money to buy their freedom.
The peasants have more work to do, and very rarely ever get a break. They had the extremely tough task of making food for their whole village in Medieval Europe.
After another long day of work, the poor folks would get to finally go to sleep, but they had to wake up the next morning at around 3 am. They had the toughest life of anyone in the feudal pyramid by a lot.