Readers send in their photos of the contraptions they use to feed them animals Hoy hoy. For a good while now this blog has been shamefully lacking in content of interest to livestock farmers. Take heed, cowboys and girls: I've got nothing against you. But being a veggie grower, it has been easier to network with other veggie growers. Meanwhile my calls for photos of your chicken coops and their features have been as ignored as a straight gal at a gay bar. That's okay though. My chicken coop request only went there for a stiff drink and a good think, anyway.
Finally though, I've got one about animals. I've lately had a couple of farms submit some photos of their techniques for feeding their livestock. Here they are:
That's all. As usual, I would be happy to add any more submissions to the bottom of this post. You can use the submission form in the right-hand column, or email me.
Relevant anecdote from this afternoon: a friend told me he was spending the day building a greenhouse bench. I told him that would make a great couple of photos for this site. He replied, "What? But it's just a simple greenhouse bench."
Sigh. Peoples, if you built it yourself, and it works, someone reading this site will find it helpful. As a wretched carpenter, I can promise you, friend cited in anecdote above, that I would appreciate seeing another of your simple and meticulous build jobs.
So go forth and take photos! And then send me your stuff and I'll post it.