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yellowrosefarm last won the day on October 16 2022

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  1. That was a great idea to use the already colored panels! And, it cracks me up how your dog has no idea that there could be any reason for the picture other than a doggie selfie 😃
  2. Shep sneaking a nap on a chair he is not usually allowed on
  3. When you look up "odd ball" in the dictionary, there's a picture of this machine. But I like it.
  4. That arm makes the 1256 look like a toy. Nice to have that lifting ability.
  5. Because of threads like this I tend to look at my old tools a little closer than I used to. While not exactly an axe, this grubbing hoe has been in my family since before I was born in 61. I never noticed the welded blade and the string wrap on the handle until I was using it last weekend. It tightens up like a pick with a flare on the handle. Times were different when you had to resort to stuff like this to preserve a hoe.
  6. That's what I call "living in the moment"!
  7. How do you guys typically dig a hole deep enough for one of these waterers?
  8. Looks good, even with the non directional army tires on it, hahaha.
  9. Photo: NASA/ Kennedy Space Center
  10. “Agriculture in the Rio Grande Valley depends on adequate and reliable irrigation water deliveries,” the mill said in a press release. “For over 30 years, farmers in South Texas have been battling with Mexico’s failure to comply with the provisions of the 1944 Water Treaty between the U.S. and Mexico that governs water sharing between the two nations on the Colorado River and the Lower Rio Grande.” Mexico is obligated to deliver an average of 350,000 acre-feet annually over the defined five-year cycles outlined in the treaty. Currently, Mexico owes over 736,000 acre-feet of water. Of the 1,113,288 acre-feet of water owed to the U.S. this cycle, Mexico has only delivered 376,915 acre-feet. Many water districts in the Lower Rio Grande Valley have no irrigation water allocated for farmers in the area, and the situation is made worse by the ongoing drought conditions. “For over 25 years, the U.S. State Department’s unwillingness to prioritize the citizens and agricultural producers of South Texas has led to numerous water shortages for our area,” the mill said.
  11. This high front porch faces east so catches the morning sun
  12. I remember seeing them in farm show magazine. https://www.farmshow.com/a_article.php?submit_search=1&keywords1=cobett&aid=38606&aid_next=36970&page_num=1&nav_previous=&nav_next=1
  13. If I were traveling on Interstate 95 at all, a spare tire would be great peace of mind. There are usually more bits of shredded tire along the stretch between Va and FL than anywhere else I've driven.
  14. I see some paw pads in the background that must be attached to something else enjoying the woodstove heat.
  15. You can buy them back by the pound on GovDeals https://www.govdeals.com/asset/21465/3553
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