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Subject:
nets and mowers

John K Jordan
>>>I have some aviary netting left from when I built my son an enclosure for his collection of wild ducks....
...My wife drove the lawn mower past it and a gear that pressed on the wheel caught the net ...

If Bill doesn't want the netting I will certainly take it. Netting like that is so valuable around the farm for a variety of uses. With hatching and raising peacocks, guineas, and chickens (and hopefully turkey and quail next year) my need for enclosures is growing. I have four now, one in progress, and two more planned.

My diesel powered zero turn Kubota mower well knows how quick it can eat a net, bailing twine, and a length of electric fence tape left forgotten in the grass!

JKJ

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