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Big Bale Tractor Shed
If storage space is tight on your farm, you can set up a relatively inexpensive shelter for tractors or other machinery using big round bales.
  Ethel Quinn needed a spot for her Deere tractor. She made walls by standing bales on end and then putting a second layer on top setting crossways. She used six bales to make each wall. Then she ran some scrap lumber across the top and covered it with heavy-mill plastic. A large plastic flap covers the open end of the shed to keep out wind and snow.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Ethel Quinn, General Delivery, Flatbush, Alberta, Canada T0G 020 (ph 780 681-2230).

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1999 - Volume #23, Issue #2