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An old thresher with trees growing up around it in the Williams place.  Since this is down by the old Williams cabin I assumed he used it in his day.  The cattle seem to enjoy it for a scratching post now days.  Taken 6/12/2006.
An old thresher with trees growing up around it in the Williams place. Since this is down by the old Williams cabin I assumed he used it in his day. The cattle seem to enjoy it for a scratching post now days. Taken 6/12/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
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From: Cliff Peterson (Fri Jun 16 11:42:09 2006)
What you're calling a "thresher" is actually a binder, Note the cutter bar in lower right. On the left is the binding mechanism where the grain bundles were tied after revolving canvases carried the cut grain to that point.
Sunset through the trees.  Taken 2/17/2007.
Sunset through the trees. Taken 2/17/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
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The chickens enjoying the warm sun and dry ground on the cement pad.  They are really laying now.  We are getting over a dozen eggs a day.  Now to try to figure out what to do with all the eggs.  Taken 1/4/2008.
The chickens enjoying the warm sun and dry ground on the cement pad. They are really laying now. We are getting over a dozen eggs a day. Now to try to figure out what to do with all the eggs. Taken 1/4/2008. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Chickens
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Looking damn good if you ask me, but I might be a little prejudiced.  May 2006.
Looking damn good if you ask me, but I might be a little prejudiced. May 2006. (Sarpy Sam)
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The new chickens are really starting to get out and about now.  We moved them over to the regular coop and they are integrating with the older ones.  The survival rate of this bunch was a little lower than we are used to.  We are only going to end up with 12 laying hens out of 25 received.  I think Mittens making a snack out of 6 of them as babies accounts for a large portion of that but a couple of them deciding to take a swim in the stock tank hasn't helped the situation.  Taken 8/12/2007.
The new chickens are really starting to get out and about now. We moved them over to the regular coop and they are integrating with the older ones. The survival rate of this bunch was a little lower than we are used to. We are only going to end up with 12 laying hens out of 25 received. I think Mittens making a snack out of 6 of them as babies accounts for a large portion of that but a couple of them deciding to take a swim in the stock tank hasn't helped the situation. Taken 8/12/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Chickens
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