Pilgrim and toulouse geese (PICS.)

Rosebud 18

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This is my pilgrim gander Mikey. He is 5 months old now.

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My toulouse they are 9 weeks old.

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Taking a bath in a dishpan.

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Waiting for a turn taking a bath.

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Will you hurry up.

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I give up.

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kuntrygirl

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Love the pics. I use a lot of dishpans as well. I usually find them at our Dollar Tree store. They have different colors. I usually stock up on the red ones.
 

Miss Lydia

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11 Years
Oct 3, 2009
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Those pics are so sweet, my goose thinks the small kid pool I put out for my 3 month old duck is his own personal soaking tub. They are nutty.
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charlindabob

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Jan 25, 2009
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I have several of the dishpans but they all want the one that another one is in.

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Check Lowe's or other Home Improvement stores for a "mortar pan". They are made for mixing cement in. Very strong, should last several years, and big enough too. They are cheap, don't cost much, I think mine were around 12-14 bucks a couple of years ago. I have 4 and they haven't cracked yet, just like new other than getting dirty.....
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kuntrygirl

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
11 Years
Feb 20, 2008
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Opelousas, Louisiana
Quote:
I have several of the dishpans but they all want the one that another one is in.

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Check Lowe's or other Home Improvement stores for a "mortar pan". They are made for mixing cement in. Very strong, should last several years, and big enough too. They are cheap, don't cost much, I think mine were around 12-14 bucks a couple of years ago. I have 4 and they haven't cracked yet, just like new other than getting dirty.....
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How deep and wide are the mortar pans?
 

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