Utility Ladder For Around The Farm
"You can use it for whatever you like - that's what we do," says Michael Tellers about the utility farm ladder he bought for around-the-farm use.
The wooden ladder, once used to fight fires, is mounted on a flatbed trailer parked in the Teller's hay shed. It cranks out easily to its 35-ft. length with the help of cable strung through a series of pulleys. It swivels 360 degrees and can be stopped in one place to be raised or lowered.
"It's great for trimming trees, painting barns, working on buildings, and a host of other chores," says Michael. He says he bought the wooden ladder cheap from a local fire department.

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