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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
That does not sound like good riding weather.
I know lots of them! Most are 19-30. I even know a young Martha.
Yes Barney, they have started naming most of the bigger weather fronts now. It was very gusty, 70-80 mph gusts. At one point I thought my covered runs were going to take off. Thankfully the covers are fastened down with elastic so a bit of give helped. Phew!!
No it's not I'm afraid, Harry is not minding it though
He's probably praying for wind and rain on the quiet so I keep my big backside out of the saddle!!
Headches, low grade fever, and nauseous ness?
Camping are you expecting?
If I had a buckle for every time I said that....
Good morning folks
hate to double post, but looking for your opinions.......
not really for you northern folks, because I can see all kinds of freeze issues.
has anyone tried one of these hook to your water hose?
I know I can come up with something to keep them from sitting on or pooping in the water, was just curious about pro's and con's.
morning. I have tons of freeze but i also have a question . Wont the heat bust a hose thats on all day or make the water too hot for the chickens ?
I very rarely have it cold enough for long enough for the water to freeze in the pipes.
even with pvc pipes exposed out in the pig/goat shed.
water hose would expand and contract much better than a pipe would.
and as far as heat, it may eventually over time cause a bubble, that would be noticeable and pretty easy to remedy. Plus I have seen a few that come with a stainless steel hose.
You do hook this up to your garden hose ? That is the hose I am referring to busting from the combo of pressure and heat . Does the restriction go at the faucet or the water container?