So grateful to you COTHers in times like these...... you are my lifeline and sanity at time :-)
A horse pooped multiple times in the aisle and left overnight. And it froze solid to the ground. The problem is, every time I am doing chores, hauling hoses, wheelbarrows, buckets, or trimming or ANYTHING, I nearly break my neck tripping over the darn cement (aka frozen poop piles) bricks.
I've tried hacking at them with every metal implement I have, and can't even make a dent. Please tell me what to do before i break my damn neck :-)
How cold is it up there??? Nevermind, I dont want to know.
How bout a bucket of hot water poured over it?
Again, if you aren't from a cold place, imagine pouring a pan of hot water over an iced-up mound inside your freezer. The water is going to run off, maybe melt a little of the top of the mound, and then freeze, adding a big slippery frozen puddle. Or imagine pouring a pan of hot water onto an ice rink. The pan of water is nothing compared to the vast frozen ground. Or imagine pouring hot water on a frozen turkey. How well does that work if the turkey is still in the freezer?