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Honeysuckle harvesting

using Oregon battery powered saw to cut down tree

We cut down a small tree loaded with honeysuckle today.

It might be enough to get the goats through another day or two.

The Oregon battery powered chainsaw continues to be a perfect fit for small jobs like this.

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Have you tried feeding your goats the dried tree leaves? My goats seem to like the tree leaves better then hay at this point in time. That might give you a bit more time as well.
Comment by BW Wed Nov 12 16:02:55 2014

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