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    Now that is 1 contented bovine
    Never try to tell me it can't be done
    When I have to paint I use http://kbs.justoldtrucks.com/

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    I wouldn't mind one of these for myself. Maybe with a finer grit foam pad.

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    I was afraid to look after the chicken harvester. I have a dog I wish would use something like that instead of the furniture. But I know it would probably scare her and because we wished she'd use it, she won't. In this case a cow is much smarter than a dog

    One of my many jobs in high school was chicken vaccinating for Foster Farms for a couple of summers. We had to go into a house of birds(typically 30k/-) and drive them down to one end then set up some portable pens and a wall. Then herd a bunch into the pen and close them in. The process was to grab 4 birds at one time between thumb, and each fingers and put a drop of this blue stuff in one eye and toss them over the empty side of the portable wall. Rinse and repeat until it got too hot stay. Usually from 5am to 2-3pm. Horrible messy, dusty job. So that chicken harvester brought back why it took decades before I could eat chicken again.

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    Double brush version. 41-second version:


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    This one dispenses oil as it brushes. Still not sure why cows have it so great when it comes to back scratching.



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    Here's how its done in Texas
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    Frank S remarked "Now that is 1 contented bovine"
    I say it's a spiffy buff-alo-ong little dogie.


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