After some thought, Dad and I came up with a way to pack it all in.
Take a look, before -
The two birds, a guinea and a chicken, that I zoom in on were escapees the day we slaughtered all the other birds. I missed catching the chicken in the net and the guinea backed out of the killing cone before I could grab it's neck coming out the bottom. It then ran, fast. It's been at least two weeks since the day we slaughtered and neither of these two birds will let me get anywhere near them. I'm not going to try catching them so they're on their own for the winter. I'm curious to see if they make it. There's all kind of spent grain lying around, and maybe they'll eat snow.
And after -
The little bit of space left by the double sliding doors will be taken up by the Case 7140 tractor, which has been at the Case dealer in Menomonie,WI since the fuel pump went out while I was tilling this past September. I was told it would be done in 7-10 days. That was about 8 weeks ago.
I have poll barn envy (40X120)ReplyDelete
I know what you mean Art. We could use more space, too. I might end up building another pole barn on the old barn foundation, in the next few years.Delete
I think you're still building one, right? In any event yours will be done a lot sooner than mine!