That was basically what Todd said. The diagnostic codes didn't fit the behavior of the machine. I'll be doing more laundry tomorrow, so we shall see.
Edited by sharol - 10/15/15 at 4:18pm
I do love the fact that the clothes are so dry. I had my washer about a year and then bought the HE dryer to go with it. A big load of towels or heavy stuff is usually dry in 20 minutes. Plus both of these machines are very large capacity. Over double than what I had before. I can do heavy comforters and stuff that would have never fit in my old units.
I had a very busy day. Spent a couple hours playing chicken vet. Gotta take time for my friends. I got some pens taken down some more put up etc etc. That project took a long time. I went out and cut down all the huge weeds that grew in the garden this summer. Then when I finally figured out how to get the tiller going on the tractor I got the garden tilled. I guess I'll get garlic planted tomorrow if nothing goes wrong.
Very quiet here right now. The notifications are doing weird things as well. Either that or someone is sending some spoof to this site.
Did some building moving yesterday and I'm really happy to be getting it done. Hopefully today I'll get some cleaning and moving panels around done.
I have all the birds penned, so a couple roosters can go be someone's dinner. I need to butcher several myself. Not suse I have time.
Is there a market at all for roos? I have 5 approx. 6 month old fellas that I think are 'easter eggers' that I really do not need. Last I heard there was a ban on selling chickens at swap meets. Is that ban lifted yet in Kansas?
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The ban is still in place until Jan 1st 2016 unless the Dept of agriculture extends it longer. You can still sell your roosters for butcher. The going price of a butcher size bird is about $5 or maybe a couple dollars more if he's really big. An add on Craigslist is a good place to start.
Another busy day today but I sure didn't accomplish as much as I wanted. I swear the older I get, the longer it takes me to do things.
I've got to get some things done tomorrow for sure.
I am by far no expert on poultry, but raising chicks in Kansas fall and winter weather isn't a good idea. They would need extra care until they are fully feathered, that is for sure. But on the other hand, they should be laying by June or July next year, depending on the breed of chick. It would be best to get pullets now that are fully feathered. Most people that are raising poultry are now down-sizing and you can find them reasonably priced.