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    03-28-2012, 07:40 PM
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Hay/Tack Shed

I have been having to keep my hay in my trailer so the "free range' cows don't eat it. And a lot of my "extra" tack is still in my truck because of nowhere to put it that would be out of the weather. So the other day I saw an ad on CL for a nice shed that would be delivered. Today we went to look at their products & some pics of what is available. So I put down a deposit, they will start the building, check out the site this Sunday & probably deliver & set it up next Monday! This will be such a help-I'll tell you when I went out there & saw about a quarter bale of hay gone & a lot of water gone from the geldings water barrel I was really upset! We have to haul in all our own water & those cows have their own area for water-we are fenced on the front & both sides-only the back is open & it's quite a hike from there down to the front where the house & horses are. Yes, we will be cross fencing on the back side, but it will take some time ( & $$).

The new shed will be 12' wide, & 10 Deep w/ a 42" door-can't wait for Monday!
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