I was telling Dad the other day that I think I've regressed in my feeding technologies. I went from little square bales to a pitchfork.
Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Believe it or not, I've spent many hours behind a pitchfork; cleaning pens, strawing beds, and feeding hay. A pitchfork is standard equipment on any ranch. Guys that get good at them can switch hands so they don't wear out their backs. This also allows them to work next to each other in the same truck. Before balers came along, a pitchfork is the only way hay got put up and fed.
I'm not a purist though, I use mechanized muscle when I can.
The girls don't care how it gets to them as long as it's in front of them. We're now on the down hill slope, only five to go before the first of the year. Then we can go snowmobiling!
First discipleship - all in with God. Then apostleship - bringing others to Christ. https://youtu.be/89ZRSbvGNgk
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