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    Default spreadin' manure with the girls --

    -- posey and precious --

    -- enjoy!
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    Platinum Member JDeerekid's Avatar
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    Default Re: spreadin' manure with the girls --

    Very cool!! If I had room in the cab of my tractor my girl would be with me too.
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    Veteran Member TOMMYHPX4X4's Avatar
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    Default Re: spreadin' manure with the girls --

    them wimerriner or how ever you spell it are some nice animals so are the pits . that rtv looks kinda clean to be spreadin the manure.lol
    This ignore feature is great it's like raid is on pest one click and the pest is gone

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    Why are they caged up ?
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    Default Re: spreadin' manure with the girls --

    Quote Originally Posted by Willl View Post
    Why are they caged up ?
    so they don't fall out --

    -- an ounce of prevention...

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    Veteran Member TOMMYHPX4X4's Avatar
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    throw a rubber mat back there so they can get a good grip with their paws like i did with my hpx and they ain't goin noplace.
    This ignore feature is great it's like raid is on pest one click and the pest is gone

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    Default Re: spreadin' manure with the girls --

    Quote Originally Posted by Willl View Post
    Why are they caged up ?
    Cuz they're Pitts!!

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    Nice kubota and pits.........heres my pit rescue.............he loves to ride and help gather firewood. Thanks for the hard work to save this breed Eric.......great dogs........with the right owner.
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    Default Re: spreadin' manure with the girls --

    a pit is just as tame as any other dog it's all in how the owner raises it. i know plenty of friends with pits and they are all friendly.
    This ignore feature is great it's like raid is on pest one click and the pest is gone

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