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cjet69

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So is that a county owned bridge.?
what do you do with mulch when you take it off.? Cows no longer cross it..?
We own it and we will see if the cows cross it when they go out to pasture soon. They should be used to the bridge by now. The chips just get spread further out on the wood chip lane. We put the lane in because in the wet times of the year the cows churn the high traffic area's into a mud pit and it gives year round tractor/equipment access to the back pasture's. Here's a few pics that show how it will turn to mud with a little water and some new chips being spread.

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4getgto

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We own it and we will see if the cows cross it when they go out to pasture soon. They should be used to the bridge by now. The chips just get spread further out on the wood chip lane. We put the lane in because in the wet times of the year the cows churn the high traffic area's into a mud pit and it gives year round tractor/equipment access to the back pasture's. Here's a few pics that show how it will turn to mud with a little water and some new chips being spread.

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Great way to spread chips.
Yea I remember getting cows just to cross a paved road till they get use to it.. How many head do you have..?
 
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