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    Online schools for college are very common, but I...

    Online schools for college are very common, but I am unaware of the lower grades having this benefit in Michigan. I have heard of online high schools trying to start up, but a lot depends on the...
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    It seems a lot of county roads are going to pot...

    It seems a lot of county roads are going to pot lately. I suspect it has to do with a shortage of money. Last spring the county tore out a 1 mile stretch of curvy road that starts about 1/2 mile...
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    Ours had the cream mixed pretty well through the...

    Ours had the cream mixed pretty well through the milk, but if you let it set for a couple of days, there is a small amount of cream that would separate and rise to the top. Not as much as cow's milk,...
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    My marbles. I lost them a few years ago and...

    My marbles. I lost them a few years ago and haven't found them since.
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    Re: Plastic feed bags

    We get our feed in the woven plastic bags. I use them to protect small trees and shrubs over winter. What I do is set up a tomato cage over the planting, then pull a plastic feed sack over the cage...
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    Re: How much do you pay for propane?

    Just filled in April for $1.89 a gallon. Last fall, we locked the rate at $1.59 and were told the lock would expire in March and I should get another lock in April because that's when it's cheapest. ...
  7. Re: National Animal Identification System

    I am familiar enough with it to know that this has been kicked around for a couple of years. I didn't know that Texas had started doing anything about it.
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    Re: Motorbike

    Years ago when I was in High School, my shop teacher brought in his motorcycle. It was made out of 3/4 and 1 inch glavanized pipe with a belt drive. There was a peddle down by your foot that you...
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    Re: Motorbike

    If you look at the picture closely, there is a hoop from a padlock hasp nailed to the front just below the handlebars. Someone obviously prizes this enough to lock it up to keep people from stealing...
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    Motorbike

    I didn't build this, I just found the picture elsewhere and thought it was interesting.
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    Mother-in-law solution?

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    Are you ready for winter?

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    Re: Carla Emery Died

    Wow. We've used her book for years. Not the most main stream author, so no one has said much.
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    Re: Home Equity Loan

    You are right that the larger lenders don't like to secure against raw land, but you should be able to do a construction loan, basing against what the property will be worth once the garage and guest...
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    Re: Mother Duck & Eggs Strange

    Our chickens do that from time to time too. Sometimes it's due to a lack of calcium, sometimes I think they just like to eat eggs.
  16. Re: Small garden / plastic sheeting for weeds???

    We used black plastic the last 2 years. I just bought a roll of regular plastic from Home Depot. I covered the entire garden and used 3 soaker hoses underneath the plastic to deliver the water. I...
  17. Re: Delta Drillpress Disassembles itself

    I had a part break on my Delta scrollsaw a few years ago. It was just before Christmas and a few weeks out of warranty. The lady at Delta went out of her way to extend the warranty and have the part...
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    Re: Signature & Makeup Photo\'s...

    Just trying to see if this will upload.
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    Re: Alpaca\'s worth the Price?

    The people we talked to did not say that the fiber would make the profit. What they said was "The fiber is highly prized by home spinners."

    Since we don't know any home spinners and weavers, I...
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    Re: Concrete/cement blocks and ponds

    I think you'll be okay with it. I've seen many ponds with cement liners and never heard of any problems. The only thing I can possibly think of is if you added water and fish before the cement was...
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    Re: How much do you pay for propane?

    Had ours filled in February. If I recall right it was around $2.00 a gallon. Next year I'll find someone to lock my rate. Some of my friends with rate locks are paying $1.20 or so.
  22. Re: Reliability of DirecTV vs Dish Network

    We've had Dish for several years and the only problem we've had is the dish came loose on its mounts once. A quick call to Dish and they had a couple of installers out here to fix it.

    The only...
  23. Re: \"live\" tractors??? (goats or anything else)

    We keep our goats in with a 4 foot high stock fence without any electric. There are a few places where we've had to raise the height but that's mostly due to winter snow piling up.

    Our goats are...
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    Re: Propane Range

    I haven't had that problem on a range/oven, but I've had it on the little heater in our cabin. When we lived there, I automatically cleaned it every fall. The deposits we got were more white colored....
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    Re: Chicken/Egg Question

    We have Rhode Island Reds and Isa (sp?) Browns. Both lay brown eggs. One of the six Isa's lays a jumbo egg everytime. It is so large that it will not fit in a regular x-large egg carton. The other...
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