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ran home for an early lunch today.. changed the fuel filter in the powerstrok diesel.. dumped out and cleaned the stock tank for the horses.. shoveled a few inches of mud out then spray cleaned it. releveled the clay area it sets and then put it back in place and left it filling while putting up some brace posts to keep the animals from leaning on it and shifting it ( hose bib is near and don't want it to get sheared off by shifting tank..etc..

put out a hay roll for the animals at the house... went and fed the chix and turkey.

cut some wood blocks I use to prop and level things with.

ran out of time.. had to get back to work.

still need to paint them blocks and then load 2 rolls hay and take over tot he other farm for the coews and mule. and then check that stock tank and make sur ethe flaot valve is adjusted correctly.

remoinds me.. noot to fget another bag of ant feed and feed them around the new pump switch too!

bett take some feed out when i take the hay too.. was gonna do that the other day whent he well caught on fire.. :)

busybusy!
 

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bikerdave said:
Soundguy, you just don't know when to take a break!

Biker Dave I agree with you ,soundguy doesn't take a break
I don't think. His break time is to get something else started.
 
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