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M Gravlee

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Let's give this a try. Post any tips you might have for a better way of doing things around the farm.

And thanks to Crowderfarms for suggesting the topic.
 

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Well I will the easy t oget things done is get your wife up early and get her started then drink your coffee till 10;00 then plan your day...
 

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windwalker":1c7a5mkq said:
Well I will the easy t oget things done is get your wife up early and get her started then drink your coffee till 10;00 then plan your day...

Yep, just goes to show that a man aint nothing without a woman to do his work. ;-)
 

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Crowderfarms":3k6fodeh said:
J&T Farm":3k6fodeh said:
Great idea. thanks Crowder
Come on Guys and Gals, let's here some of those secret tips, and ideas... :lol:

This one has worked for me. Double gates that are chained in the middle move back and forth and encourage livestock to push on them. I dug a hole about 15" deep where the gates meet in the middle, inserted a piece of pipe level with the top of the ground and tamped the dirt. I then put an old T post, with the anchor up, in the pipe and chain the gates around it. The T post can be removed when wide equipment goes through.
 

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