Natural Risks on LSB's

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13 years 3 months ago #362703 by max2
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for those with larger LSB's don't assume just because you own your property,that someone else isn't fishing, camping or shooting on it. SOH took the dogs hunting down the back a few months ago and came across a fellow eeling who had been given permission by an adjoining landowner several years ago to eel our stream whenever he wanted and he wasn't very visable from the top part of the property.

Fortunately SOH is a very careful gunsman, and our dogs more likely to knock someone over in a rush of excitement so he was given the opinion of the SOH.

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13 years 3 months ago #362705 by The Kats Place
Always and I mean Always stay beside the molassas when you have the tap turned on, I didn't learn the first time but I know now.

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Live your life in such a way that it will be easy for people to say nice things at your funeral [;)]

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13 years 3 months ago #362752 by rosmay
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dont change a ballcock in a leaky water trough,leaning to far over and touching electric (cattle) fence with bald head at the same time- or
you will see stars and not the movie kind[xx(]:o hubby did!!
spose its not a natural risk but bldy funny!

950 cows,2ewes,6 lambs
3kids and 1cat and 1husband[;)].

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13 years 3 months ago #362816 by Hawkspur
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Adopting animals seems to be a high risk for many[;)]

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13 years 3 months ago #362836 by LongRidge
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Continuing rosmay's recommendation ....
Except if you need stimulation to get moving, don't pee on the electric fence. As a 10 year old, that was a shocking experience to have to learn from :-)

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13 years 3 months ago #362890 by Stu_R
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:) natural risks at the grove LSB are ... breaking your ankle by tripping in the cut up round Rossie goat/sheep/cow made in the lane paddock when it was to wet ... and being mobbed by 21 sheep that all think you must pat only them and all the time :) lol

5 retired Greyhounds ( Bridgette , Lilly, GoGo,Sam and now Lenny) 15 friendly sheep all of whom are named and come when you call them :) , 2 goats, Mollie and Eee Bee :
Olive trees , .. old bugger doing the best he can with no money or land :)

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