It is the time of the your we get a little rain here in southern California AND we have baby goats on the way. So my kids are telling me that we need to replace the old feeder trough
I build this old feeder about 15 years ago, but it is time to retire this thing.
I need to get a roof over the new trough (the old one used to have a roof too) and we need more “key holes”, because we are adding goats faster than we get rid of the goats. The kids keep naming the goats, and you can not butcher a goat with a name.
Here is the plan for the feeder. It takes just over 2 sheets of 3/4 exterior plywood and a hand full of studs.
So I spend my paycheck at Lowe’s and got all the lumber. Time to make some saw dust.
It was a good evening, I slept well last night.
Greetings, Farmer Pabull.
-- rhykenologist and plant grower