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    ponytug reacted to plowhog's post in the thread Need help with metal buildings with Good Post Good Post.
    I had a 60x60 metal building installed recently. Yikes what an experience. The market is flooded with "metal building companies."...
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    ponytug reacted to sjstyles's post in the thread Beekeeping with Good Post Good Post.
    That's funny, my Sunday school teacher is also a beekeeper and he is going to be my local resource.
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    ponytug reacted to forgeblast's post in the thread Beekeeping with Good Post Good Post.
    I used to until a bear crushed my hive and took all the honey when my electric fence shorted out. Beesource and bio bees are great...
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    ponytug reacted to riptides's post in the thread Beekeeping with Good Post Good Post.
    Contact your local extension office. You may need permits in your area. I don't know about your area. The extension office, if like...
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    ponytug reacted to RobA's post in the thread Beekeeping with Good Post Good Post.
    I've been keeping bees for 7 years. I've had as many as 5 hives and now have 3. Based on the amount of time required to properly care...
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    ponytug replied to the thread Heating Budget.
    You hot the nail on the head. Corn stoves have a lot more stainless in them, especially the flue, to handle the water and acids from...
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    ponytug reacted to Jstpssng's post in the thread Heating Budget with Good Post Good Post.
    I believe that a corn burning stove is built differently to accommodate the sugar in the fuel. You can burn pellets in a corn stove, but...
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    ponytug reacted to Brokeodie's post in the thread Oil & Fuel New to me YM2500 with Good Post Good Post.
    This was very very helpful, I know at least know the OD and the type of spring. I bought a spring variety pack at tractor supply and...
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    ponytug replied to the thread Does anyone use aw32.
    @scotts562 Thanks for the update. Any idea why the front right would keep blowing seals? Just curious. All the best, Peter
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    ponytug reacted to scotts562's post in the thread Does anyone use aw32 with Good Post Good Post.
    I have been running generic Napa Hytrans Ultra in my machines for a few years now. I do not notice any difference in operation or...
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    ponytug reacted to thepumpguysc's post in the thread Good Samaritans with Good Post Good Post.
    When I graduated from diesel college in the mid to late 80’s in Nashville, I told myself on the long ride home to SC that now that I...
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    ponytug reacted to DieselBound's post in the thread Heating Budget with Good Post Good Post.
    Dave, it is/was a small, side-table book. I don't recall anything between the covers. The title was sufficient in itself! :) Likely...
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    ponytug reacted to Number15's post in the thread 1845 v. 1850 with Good Post Good Post.
    It's a grass pasture. Some of it needs to be bush hogged still, but the intent is to have more grasses in the fields and less brush. I...
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    ponytug replied to the thread 1845 v. 1850.
    Are you trying to mow grass for a lawn? For a pasture? Or trying to mow brush? Are your slopes a sustained 30, or mostly 25 degrees with...
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    ponytug reacted to 3930dave's post in the thread Heating Budget with Good Post Good Post.
    Safety Reg or are we just beaten with the stick, until we take the carrot..... While I've never been a fan of underground steel tanks...
 
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