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Re: Year for record breakdowns

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12-21-2013 17:10:49

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Row crop and hay farmers do have breakdowns too for sure. And most of us have been involved with all of them. The animals have to eat, drink and have a clean bed so that makes a livestock breakdown a little more urgent than a field breakdown.
When I think of a livestock breakdown I think of the grinder mixer unloading auger taking a dump on a cold night when the mixer is full and a feeder is empty after you've just come home from a wedding. Jim

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12-21-2013 17:41:33

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 Re: Year for record breakdowns in reply to fixerupper, 12-21-2013 17:10:49  
Yes, or the gutter cleaner chain breaks, or the manure spreader, ect lol, been there done that, there's nothing better than fixing the gutter chain, when it's full of manure and 3 * out!

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12-22-2013 09:24:46

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 Re: Year for record breakdowns in reply to JayinNY, 12-21-2013 17:41:33  
Amen. Many a time I've turned the cleaner on and closed my eyes and crossed my fingers that I didn't here a BANG somewhere. Or on another dairy related headache, it's 1:30AM and you're just getting started milking because a bunch or relays got fried and you finally just got the pump to kick on. Oh, and it's mid summer, you were filling silo all day, and you know that in the morning you have to fix the chopper because a hunk or something made it into the machine causing unknown amounts of carnage. Ahhh, the joys....

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