Tuesday, May 1, 2012

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Got my donated chicken watering device today...thanks Mark!  http://www.avianaquamiser.com/  The new chicks took about 30 seconds to figure it out.  Just to be fair...these "nipples" can be found for under 3 bucks elsewhere online like here.  http://www.farmtek.com/farm/supplies/prod1;ft1_poultry_equipment-ft1_poultry_watering_systems-ft1_hoses_nipples;pgwc1030.html  Got the joists in place along the NW container in the courtyard....figured out today that I need to add some joist hangers - modern marvel of hangin' lumber.

All the cow chewin' on my camera cables has taken its toll.  Ordered a new 20 meter powered USB cable yesterday at 10AM.  http://www.amazon.com/PTC-Meters-Extension-Repeater-Supports/dp/B0040IASMS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1335924313&sr=8-1   According to the tracking, it made it to TFL by 4PM today via Phoenix - Louisville - San Antonio - Midland - Alpine.  Through Amazon Prime I got next day delivery for only $3.99.  Now I can get a broader view for my Stickam webcasts.  BTW - this cow has been coming and going for 3 years...her name is Se├▒ora Halderson because she looks like my high school Spanish teacher.  90,98,57,0,B,0

7 comments:

remmij said...

test: que es un bovino en caliente...
at least it wasn't the $144.95 Super Flow™ Hobby Drinker Kit with $69.95 8" extension kit...
pricey agua
btw, your coop casa surpasses the Chick-N-Cabin.
Chicken Nipples vs Pecker Teats — let the marketing wars begin.

jmick said...

“It’s Pine-Sol baby” or so the seismic cable guys say. Just rub some on your cable with a sponge and let it dry. Works for a few weeks in wetter climes, might go longer in the Chihuahua (desert not dog).

Rita B. said...

i started my screen captures to try and keep the cows straight. i mistook Mrs. Halderson for the new Pink. so sorry.

~Brew~ said...

Always look forward to following your ongoing process.
What do all the numbers represent at the end of your post(90,98,57,0,B,0)

Complaints? said...

what is a cow in heat?

remmij said...

@ ~Brew~ Mr. Wells adjusted the blog header recently,
the answer to your question is there.
" Numbers at the end of each blog post: temp at 8PM,high temp,low temp,rainfall,wind conditions(CalmBreezyWindyGusty),pounds of food produced."

Allen Hare said...

I just love the sound of "chicken nipples". I'm not really a perv. The little ones need watering, and it looks like you got it covered nicely.

Yay, the deck is in progress! The courtyard is going to be so nice with the decks in place.