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Re: Eureka

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Billy Shafer

10-17-2012 16:34:12

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Getting old sucks. I am at home for a few days.Tried to out run a cow. Didn't quite make it.

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George Marsh

10-17-2012 16:58:50

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 Re: Eureka in reply to Billy Shafer, 10-17-2012 16:34:12  
Billy, as a kid, I used a motorcycle to herd cows. Grew up on a dairy farm. I've spread more BS as a kid than most people do in a life time. There seems to be a lot of it spread on here too. Are you aware some cows can do about 25+ mph for a short burst? Some even faster.

YEA, getting old really sucks. So does my modified asperator, works sweet.


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Billy Shafer

10-17-2012 19:16:10

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 Re: Eureka in reply to George Marsh, 10-17-2012 16:58:50  
George I also know if you grab a baby pig. You had better be able to outrun momma.Glad you got the pump fixed.

Also learned back as a kid on a farm. Don't get to close to a manure spreader while in operation.

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George Marsh

10-17-2012 20:28:24

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 Re: Eureka in reply to Billy Shafer, 10-17-2012 19:16:10  
When I was a kid on the farm we didn't have tractors with cabs, so the best advice is make sure the tractor is pointing in to the wind before you turn the manure spreader on.

Good like long lesson.


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Billy Shafer

10-18-2012 05:35:38

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 Re: Eureka in reply to George Marsh, 10-17-2012 20:28:24  
The tractors we had.Had a cab made out of the umbrella with holes in it. If you wanted AC drive faster. Cushion seat was a pillow or toe sack on the seat. Plus we had what dad called maybe brakes.

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