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Refrigerator Medicine Cabinet
Steve Fluit, Hull, Iowa, converted a non working refrigerator into a handy winter medicine cabinet for his livestock.
“I don’t have a heated shed close to my cattle treating facility to keep medicine from freezing during winter, so I kept it in my shop,” says Fluit. “I had to walk to the shop every time I needed to treat a sick calf, and then return the medicine right away when I was done because medicine doesn’t take long to freeze in below-zero temperatures. I considered building an insulated storage box, but then I realized our old refrigerator cabinet is so well insulated it would do the job.”
Fluit drilled a hole in back of the refrigerator for a cord to go through, and installed a small space heater with a built-in thermostat to control the temperature inside. He also placed a thermometer on the refrigerator’s bottom shelf to show the actual temperature.
“Now I have a heated medicine cabinet along with lots of shelves and storage. Works great,” says Fluit.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Steve Fluit, 2861 Gold Finch Ave., Hull, Iowa 51239 (ph 712 476-6020 or 712 470-0437)

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2020 - Volume #44, Issue #2