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Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Tuesday gifdump

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  1. #9 I question the intelligence of wrapping hay that green so completely.
    Won't it rot in the bail?

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    1. wrapped, high moisture hay will ferment and be preserved, like corn sileage does. any holes in the wrap will allow air which will rot.

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    2. In NORWAY they spray a chemical to prevent rot. Then its wrapped. All done like a baler its pinched off and looks like eggs, there called tractor eggs.

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    3. I had some alfalfa sprayed and wrapped in the pouring raint. In December it looked as fresh as the day it was cut

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    4. Hay? I thought that was Willie Nelson's "to go" order.

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    5. Is that the Two week growing season in Norway?

      Someone should research if dead human bodies could be wrapped like that for burial

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    6. It's called the "Dexter" machine...

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  2. As long as the hay is dry you're OK. I've had some hay that stayed amazingly green for a good, long time.
    Interesting. I looked it up.
    It's called "high moisture baling. The hay is cut sooner, immediately baled, and wrapped in plastic to ferment like silage. In spite of myself I learned something.

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    1. I do about 150 wrapped 4' wrapped bales per year here in the northern part of West Virginia. Our springs are usually cool and damp. Using this style of hay harvest I can cut in the morning, bale and wrap in the afternoon/evening. It is called haylage. It keeps moist and has at least twice the nutrition of dry hay. It doesn't rot because there is no oxygen inside the wrapper. Smells like tobacco when you cut one open. Cattle love it.

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  3. 8) - The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Sanctuary in SW Oklahoma has a true feral bison herd. I was out hiking there with the Scouts and we came across a full size bull off by himself in woods away from the herd. You don't really get how big the bulls are until you are face to face and on foot unarmed. The wouldn't let me carry my guide gun. I'll never forget that black evil gaze as we walked (quietly) by.

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    1. Finally someone comments on the size of those mother.....umm big bulls. Friends rented a farm next to a reservation in NY and I had a real close up look at them behind the fence. They were unabashedly ginormous!!

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    2. Most of the domestic "herds" around here in North Texas have cows and youngsters. Nobody wants to deal with the full size bulls. I've seen a lot of livestock and wildlife and those are some scary bastards. Especially when they are off by themselves. You know they just got the shit beat out of them by the king of the herd and are pissed off and looking for a fight.

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  4. #3 - Muthafookin'squirrel !!

    #5 - I miss Robin Williams. Yeah, his politics was way Left, but he was very funny and a talented actor.

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  5. I've figured out by now that those aren't giant cheese wheels lined up at the edges of fields.
    Sometimes I prefer my fantasy life to reality. :)

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  6. #5 Robin Williams and his uncle? Same hair.

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  7. I had the kid convinced the big round ones were on a marshmallow farm.
    tallow pot

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  8. #4. And Flipper was never the same again.
    #8. It can do worse to your car.

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  9. #8-The first debate; take a guess who is who.

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  10. #8. Amazing once you realize he's shoving a solid ton off the ground.

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  11. #2 Whenever I see a grown ass man on a kids bmx bike, I assume meth is involved.

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  12. #7: No, no, not no but HAIL no.

    #9: We need a machine like that to load protestors into for long-term storage.

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  13. I would hop on to #10, she looks mighty nice from the behind. And an English saddle...isn't that the one where girls ride and masterbate on?

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  14. #7: We used to play that game with our sheath knives back when we wuz kids. We called it "Peggy", and unbelievably, no one ever got stuck.

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  15. Buffalo, my favorite American animal, I worked the Wy oilfields back in the late 70's and mid 80's for 6 years, we worked about 2-3 sixpacks travel time from Yellowstone. I love that park. My favorite buffalo story from that time was a Frenchman visited the park, didn't like the pic he was getting with the buffalo laying down, so he walked over to the buffalo, kicked it to get it up and was promptly stomped/gored to death by the pissed buffalo. I still laugh about how stupid it was.

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  16. Number Eight:
    "Gross tonnage has right-of-way"

    That sign was on a bridge in south America.
    Up top was an image of a pedestrian.
    Then a bicycle.
    All the way sequentially size-wise down to the train image.

    As I recall, no mention of bison crossing the bridge...

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