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Plumbers can be hard to come by in a rural area, especially on a Sunday. Ed took off his farmer cap and put on his plumber hat to work on a hot water heater that wasn't heating.
We can't do much work to the Case Maxxum 125 tractor but the JX95 is a little more traditional. Our resident mechanic can do some work to it so we save a little money on expensive parts and labor. In this case the front grill of the tractor had an unfortunate run-in with a tree limb so it needed some reshaping.
The cows are easy to find these days: they are either hovering by the hay in the feeding rings or eating from the protein tubs we provide. The ryegrass we planted didn't do so well this year due to a dry spell early in the winter so the cows will dine on mostly hay for the remainder of the cool months.
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