Cow in the Orchard

BarredBuff

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Very nice! I hav 65 eggs sat and 20 chicks :p
 

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Actually more than 100%, because I got 2 free extras! Beat that!
 

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FarmerJamie said:
Actually more than 100%, because I got 2 free extras! Beat that!
I had 15 kits and then I had 16 then it died so, 16/15 :p

Goodnight I am buffed out!

Any other opinions are WANTED!
 

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BarredBuff said:
I am buffed out!
:gig Were you dull? Buffed out...silly boy :p

hope you get all this figured out with your cow! Can't wait to see pics :D
 

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We will I have the faith. :D I got to thinking I could possibly exclude that orchard, and still have enough space. I have thought of another spot. We will hopefully have one soon.
 

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I would probably install a heavy post or two and a cattle rub. If you give them someplace nice to rub and scratch, the cows would probably be more inclined to leave the fruit trees alone. ;)
 

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SO worried for nothing. Me and Sis went and measured out the grazing plots. I measured out 7, 1000 sq. ft. plots, and didn't include the two others. By then I figured out we were fine. This is also excluding all poisonous plants, and ALL fruit trees. I will need to protect the poplar tree. But that is it! It was working all along :lol:
 
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