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    Re: Rebuilding My Livestock Trailer

    Pat,

    My original thoughts were to roll the bedliner material on the bottoms and sides of the pressure treated lumber before putting the floor down and then roll of the top of the boards after the...
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    Re: Rebuilding My Livestock Trailer

    Hi Pat,

    The Line-X bedliner material in my truck has held up very well over the last three years. I frequently wash out the bed of my truck and plan to do the same with my refurbished cattle...
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    Rebuilding My Livestock Trailer

    Today I decided it was time to rebuild my 16' bumper pull livestock trailer. I've owned it for a few years and it was starting to look a little ratty and I was becoming concerned about the brakes.
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    Re: Feeder steer margins of profit.....

    Hi Cowboydoc,

    Some folks have looked at the time issue related to rotational grazing and several things were observed. Actual total time is less than one might think. The amount of time required...
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    Re: Feeder steer margins of profit.....

    Dave,

    The term "stockpiled grass" refers to pasture forage that is allowed to regrow, usually starting in late summer, until frost. This forage is considered "stockpiled" and is generally strip...
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    Re: Feeder steer margins of profit.....

    Hi Dave,

    Some good information in this thread and some that might need to be reconsidered.

    There is a fellow who lives in Northern Missouri, named Greg Judy. Greg was all but broke a few years...
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    Anybody Running Boer Goats With Cattle?

    The meat goat market seems to be doing increasingly well in this region of the country. Apparently there is an increasing demand for goat meat in the upper mid-Atlantic and Northeast corridors. I'm...
  8. Re: Harvesting and Debranching Cedar Trees Question

    Yesterday at the Virginia Farm Show I saw one of the most interesting pieces of equipment I've seen in a long time. It was called a Brush & Tree Destroyer. It was a big Barko 885B tractor (maybe...
  9. Re: Harvesting and Debranching Cedar Trees Question

    Well, I've offered those big cedar trees to a few guys and none are interested. So, I've decided to clear about half of them out using a neigbor's heavy duty logging front loader. Maybe I'll just be...
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    Re: Security

    Several years ago there was an increase in off road construction equipment thefts. At the time I read about a company that was selling metal plugs and each plug had a distinct and individual radio...
  11. Re: Harvesting and Debranching Cedar Trees Questio

    Hi Egon,

    Thanks for the input. Several of my neighbors are commercial loggers and it probably wouldn't be cost effective for me to have them do the job. Their time and equipment charges would...
  12. Harvesting and Debranching Cedar Trees Question

    I have about 100 Eastern red cedar trees that are anywhere from 8" - 24" in diameter that I want to harvest. Cedars grow like weeds here in Central Virginia. These trees have invaded some pasture...
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