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1987 - Volume #11, Issue #5, Page #09
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Schoolbus calf shelter

"It makes an excellent calf shelter and only cost $100 and a few hours work," says Oscar Heller, Southey, Sask.
Heller bought the worn out bus for $50 and paid $50 to have it towed to his farm. He removed the chassis and front end of the bus and set the body directly on the ground with a hole in the front end. He can easily get into the bus through the passenger door on the side. Calves enter through the front, hopping up the 1-ft. to the bus floor.

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1987 - Volume #11, Issue #5