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Manger management

manger update
We made this new cattle panel manger small to keep Abigail out.

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they might scale the panel, and then ypull up to the outdoors...or get a head caught?? maybe you'll need to tie down a tarp over the panel?
Comment by adrianne Tue Feb 23 09:00:08 2016
Mom --- Don't worry! The picture makes that tiny window look bigger and more open than it is. It's actually covered with hardware cloth (aka rat guard) and I don't think Abigail could even get her horns through if it were open. :-)
Comment by anna Tue Feb 23 10:35:37 2016

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