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Round Bale Cover Made From TV Satelite Dish
Gerald Killough, Randolph, Miss., used an 11-ft. fiberglass satellite dish to make a cover for his round bales.
  "I was having a problem with hay rotting before my goats could eat it. I needed something to cover them, but I didn't want to spend a lot of money," says Killough. "A tarp by itself wouldn't work because if I wrapped it so the wind couldn't blow it off, the goats couldn't eat. And if I left the tarp loose so they could eat, the wind would blow it off."
  Killough used a jigsaw to cut off the dish's outside lip, then turned the dish upside down over the bale. Then he drove four T-posts into the ground at the dish's seams and used wire ties to tie the dish to the posts.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Gerald Killough, 29 Co. Rd. 188, Randolph, Miss. 38864 (ph 662 414-7031).

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2009 - Volume #33, Issue #3