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I just sold my two bp steel trailers, a two horse and a three horse. I got a good deal on a three horse aluminum...but surprise surprise it weights about... if not slightly more then my steel three horse. I have a Chevy 1500 extended cab that did fine before,I only use a horse trailer once in awhile .....but would like to be safer pulling, so was thinking of upgrading as it would be nice to pull my 20 ft heavy flatbed with rolls of hay etc etc if needed... Can you explain...
If some of my ducks stArt sitting better id like to order some.to stick under them. If you come past here for any reason id buy some duckings.....Hehe
Do these things to make yourself happy and healthy. cook for yourself if no one.else eats it....less cooking for you. If you do it for yourself and enjoy what you do the others may come around over time. He may have flash backs from childhood that helps him make those choices. You can explain nicely how some of those.choices make you feel....he might not think about it that way. If he still wants to do it his way....well enjoy what YOU do even more.
Go Bird......lol
I agree with everything stated above......Hehe
Turning the hose on the rooster whenever you see him might be helpful......even for your meany. ..lol
I would have.gotten a pic.......but it was Dark.....and I was too busy trying.to keep chickens in the wheelbarrow.....lol Just for those that have to....don't shine the light anywhere near the chickens or they come shooting out of the barrow like popcorn in a hot pan.....lol
Allbirds has the Baytril. For Silkie chickens etc I give about a lima bean size dollop of the goat gel up to twice a day. It has small amounts per cc so as long as you don't go crazy you should be fine. They normally like the taste....... .Emu have a finiky pallet however....so be prepared to waste some.... :
I moved my chicken houses about 100 ft. My freerange.chickens still don't understand that and keep piling.up on the ground in their old spot. I've been getting home too late to.catch them before dark....so I've had to pick up one or two and carry them to the pen..on the second night of doing this the light bulb went on and I got the wheelbarrow..So in the dark I piled chickens into the wheelbarrow and took off before they realized they were moving....lol Then.back...
I always recommend black swans as a.first time swan or if you have other fowl. They are fairly easy to keep and spend a lot.of time walking on land compared to other swan. Mine.have been a joy...even when the one male becomes a.bit of a butt head.during.breeding season..mine are very interactive and.entertaining.. Talk to the breeder you get them from about diet and care. Everyone.raises.them a bit different so talking to the.breeder is best.
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