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Farmer Pabull building Goat Trough Feeder #2: Assamble the trough

02-10-2013 10:57 PM by PaBull | 1 comment »

The goats are asking “How long could it take to build a simple feeding trough, farmer Pabull?” i had a heck of a time getting the 2×4 joinery to fit nice and snug without over spending a lot of time on it. I used Tidebond III and galv. screws so it would last a bit. It starts to look like something when the plywood goes on. I am not sure if I got the right plywood for this exterior project. I might have to put some extra paint on it to protect it from...

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Farmer Pabull building Goat Trough Feeder #1: Old Goat Trough Falling Apart

02-08-2013 03:56 PM by PaBull | 7 comments »

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 c...

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