slick4591 wrote:I was thinking about that system and the only feasible place for me would be where they would travel through at least twice a day.
ohiosteve wrote:Thanks for the pictures Dun, The one I have has way less strings and doesn't seem to get much product on the cows. Maybe I need to upgrade.
TexasBred wrote:slick4591 wrote:I was thinking about that system and the only feasible place for me would be where they would travel through at least twice a day.
Slick, knowing they will pass thru twice, as it approaches the time for the 2nd spraying, go to the fridge and get a cold beer...then walk out there and turn it off for about an hour.
dun wrote:Why not just use one of the mops with a reservoir. It doesn;t get very far down the sides but it gets the face (except for the little calves and the cows that duck), the top and part way down the sides.
Should have specified "in a gate opening"
Roan wrote:Dun, we use the normal fly rub with face strips, where did you get the mop? I was looking and can't find.
hooknline wrote:You can make an auto one easy enough. Use a motion sensor from an outdoor light. Wire that to a 12 volt pump. Install a small tank and mount above the pump. Use some 1/4 flex line and put some mister t sections in. Install a tip of your choice. Tie wrap the system around and above your gate entrance to whatever entrance they use a lot.
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