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Discuss grasses and how to grow and harvest them.
- Trail Boss
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Thanks for the offer dun, but think I will pass. I have enough weeds to deal with. However, if you're offering to throw in a good saddle mule I may reconsider.
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Conagher wrote:Thanks for the offer dun, but think I will pass. I have enough weeds to deal with. However, if you're offering to throw in a good saddle mule I may reconsider.
If I had the saddle mule, good bad or indiffernt, it would be out there eating the pig weed.
Actaully the vet offered to loan me his two mules to eat it down, until he saw that that was all there was to eat. No grass, just pigweed
- Trail Boss
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I have in the past been referred to as both goat and mule, with appropriate adjectives attached. The most common are old and stubborn. I do not like pigweed. My wife doesn't like it either.