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You think your job is xxxxty?

Discussion in 'Agricultural Operations' started by fArMeRkNoWsBeSt, Sep 2, 2008.

  1. rsherril

    rsherril Senior Member

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    I understand that feedlot equipment is difficult to repair because threaded parts often are seized up. Something to do with the chemistry of animal wastes maybe?
     
  2. durallymax

    durallymax Senior Member

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    yes the manure is very hard on components. Just the gases that come off of it are enough to eat away at anything metal.
     
  3. mekon

    mekon Active Member

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    Thats a nice looking tank.Ill bet it doesnt look that way still.Soon silage will be getting chopped then we will be busy hauling sand bedding.