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gcreekrch

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Is your feed bunk portable? If so, how do you keep them from pushing it over? Looks like a slick operation for sure. But that doesn’t surprise me as you are always doing things in a unique and thoughtful fashion.
 

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Is your feed bunk portable? If so, how do you keep them from pushing it over? Looks like a slick operation for sure. But that doesn’t surprise me as you are always doing things in a unique and thoughtful fashion.
They are free standing panels H, chained together. They have two, four foot long “feet” welded at the bottom to hold them up.
We have quite a collection of 24 foot fence panels of same design. They are very handy and setting them up is just like playing farm all over again.
 

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They are free standing panels H, chained together. They have two, four foot long “feet” welded at the bottom to hold them up.
We have quite a collection of 24 foot fence panels of same design. They are very handy and setting them up is just like playing farm all over again.
Portable wind breaks around here only the feet are longer.
 

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They are free standing panels H, chained together. They have two, four foot long “feet” welded at the bottom to hold them up.
We have quite a collection of 24 foot fence panels of same design. They are very handy and setting them up is just like playing farm all over again.
That’s a neat set up. I like how you can place where ya want and not have the problems with permanent corrals like manure. Don’t let this go to your head. 😁
 

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They are free standing panels H, chained together. They have two, four foot long “feet” welded at the bottom to hold them up.
We have quite a collection of 24 foot fence panels of same design. They are very handy and setting them up is just like playing farm all over again.
Playing farm, do you design it out on the kitchen table while wearing your lace up Ariats?
 

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