Meat thermometer as a soil thermometer
I've been itching for a soil
thermometer, but haven't wanted to pay for shipping and couldn't find
one locally. When we were in Wal-Mart the other day, I stumbled
across a meat thermometer in the cooking section that I suspected would
do the job. As far as I can tell, the only difference between a
typical meat thermometer and a soil thermometer is that the latter
tends to measure lower temperatures, and the Mainstays Quick-Response
Thermometer goes all the way down to 0 degrees Fahrenheit so that you
can test meat temperatures in the freezer as well as on the grill ---
Our homemade chicken waterer rounds our our flock's comfort with unlimited clean water.
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