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Cool Springs Creek Farm custom cattle equipage

Presenting the echo portable single bale hay feeder. Proudly manufactured in Gradyville, Paradise USA.

By Guy Babin

Constructed entirely from repurposed materials including free Adair newspaper pallets, rusty used deckscrews, and sundry wood scraps. Compatible with hay spear or pallet forks. (Hay sold separately.)

Specifically designed for the very unassuming cow; (and farmer, for that matter!)

Quantities limited, thank goodness!

Patent pending - unless a counterpart out Knifley way thunk of it first . . . Stay dry everyone!

- Guy Babin, Gradyville, Paradise, USA

This story was posted on 2015-11-28 15:40:11
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Revolutionary Invention: Echo portable single bale hay feeder

2015-11-28 - Cool Springs Creek Farm - Photo by Guy Babin.
Presenting the echo portable single bale hay feeder. Proudly manufactured in Gradyville, Paradise USA. - Guy Babin

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