Type: Posts; User: grcrider
I would look for a nice metal or wood easy entry cart-much easier to get in and out of. You can get solid tires for them also.
I have a Shadow gooseneck LQ trailer that we bought new 5 yrs ago-I absolutely love it.
My dogs found one playing dead one time-they were having a great time playing with it. It "woke up" when I shot it though. Only good possum is a really dead possum.
I've personally done all three of your suggestions!! Tents are a cheaper way to go-but it either pours buckets or bakes your brains out, and I had one fair grounds that did not allow tents-said it...
What a great idea-too bad all kill buyers don't try this. Good thing I'm far from Eastern Tennessee :)-they would be calling me the crazy horse lady
We use geotec and stone on our bridle trails here in NW Ohio-works very well
He is hard to miss!! Voted for him for sure.
Body clipping should help bring back the original color, but they'll have to be kept out of the sun until the show so that they don't bleach out again. Good sharp clipper blades are a must, clipper...
I keep either a wooden board or a rope tied to a plastic jug full of water in the tanks in case any critters fall in. I did have a kitten drown in the water tank before I started using these.
All this is exactly why I closed my eBay store-not worth all the headaches trying to work with ignorant bidders.
Check out West Paw Design-all of their dog toys are made in the USA and guaranteed. My dog loves to pull the stuffing out of his toys then proceeds to eat the toy and look all innocent until it...
Have you tried a battery powered charger? I use one for a portable corral when camping and it works great with my electric rope. It takes 2 D batteries and they last about all summer.