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IndianCreekcowboy
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Re: Plastic hay rings

Postby IndianCreekcowboy » Thu Mar 02, 2017 11:21 am

True Grit Farms wrote:
TCRanch wrote:We just bought another one like Bigfoot's pic. It's a Century, $260, bought it at one of the local Coops. We have 5 more that we've had for 8 years. And yes, they're bull proof :)
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Ma'am I not one to tell someone how to run there operation. But your bull needs a bigger pen.




I figured they are practicing a "Controlled Breeding Season".
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Re: Plastic hay rings

Postby TCRanch » Thu Mar 02, 2017 7:20 pm

IndianCreekcowboy wrote:
True Grit Farms wrote:
TCRanch wrote:We just bought another one like Bigfoot's pic. It's a Century, $260, bought it at one of the local Coops. We have 5 more that we've had for 8 years. And yes, they're bull proof :)
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Ma'am I not one to tell someone how to run there operation. But your bull needs a bigger pen.




I figured they are practicing a "Controlled Breeding Season".


Just don't tell anyone from PETA ;-)
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Re: Plastic hay rings

Postby wacocowboy » Tue Mar 07, 2017 11:03 pm

I just can see paying $300 for one. It's been awhile but I bought some heavy duty real nice rings made from heavy square tubing from a place called Pioneer Steel in Waco and they were $120. They have held up real well would probably do even better if I painted them.
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