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Hubs went to an equipment auction today. He came home with things like a pto post hole auger and cement mixer. But he also picked up 3 street sweeper brushes!

He knew I wanted some for the goats and cows. 2 are 8' so we'll cut them in half to 4' and put them on posts for goats! MiniMe and I can use the tractor and his new (to us) post hole auger to set some posts on both sides of the barn so the goats can have their own scratchers!

Hubs won some real brownie points today
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Okay my first knee jerk reaction here is...ewww where has that been.
Don't take that wrong, do you have a disinfect plan because streets, homeless people, and staph infections are pretty integrated. Speaking from experience here.
 

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They’re actually crazy easy to disinfect because they’re non porous. The center one hasn’t been used and the other 2 have been sitting for over 6 months.

I will clean and disinfect them first though. The 2 that are used aren’t used in towns or cities though. They’re too big. These are the ones that are used on highways and rural roads after shoulder grading.
 
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