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dendrite

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  1. 30.8F and --------SN we dust
  2. Have one here too. CON dipped to 23F, yet it’s 33F here right now.
  3. I think I’ll dig up the area a couple of inches, do what you said, and then fill the hole in with something like Scott suggested...then maybe pour more IA over that just to keep them away. But who knows...they like to eat sheetrock, the styrofoam insulation in my garage door, and the vinyl flooring in their coop, but they won’t touch swiss chard. So maybe they’d find the alcohol appetizing.
  4. It was orange so apparently that’s the less poisonous propylene glycol.
  5. Spilled some antifreeze in the dirt driveway when draining my radiator today. What’s the best way to minimize the possible effects on my chickens if they start eating the small rocks and sand? Dig up the top layer and then run the hose over the area to dilute it? I usually do that in the garage, but I wanted some sun warmth on my hands.
  6. Nearing the 2nd half of Meteorological winter:

    I think you have to compare with sigmas rather than actual raw departures. So if any particular day this Jan hits +4SD you’d compare it to a +4SD in July.
  7. Nearing the 2nd half of Meteorological winter:

    Franklin Falls Dam coop had a 56” pack in Feb 69...highest I’ve seen here.
  8. Nearing the 2nd half of Meteorological winter:

    Any busted nuts?
  9. Nearing the 2nd half of Meteorological winter:

    Unless you’re counting zr as frozen I don’t see much snow nor sleet. But yeah, we may not warm until the cold fropa.
  10. Nearing the 2nd half of Meteorological winter:

    With leg warmers on after doing her Denise Austin workout.
  11. Nearing the 2nd half of Meteorological winter:

    Not worried. It’ll probably be a little snow to sleet and then a brief period of ZR...then we’ll rot at 33F or something. It always seems like the sleet duration overperforms up here and the zr underperforms.
  12. Nearing the 2nd half of Meteorological winter:

    Where are the lighter amounts? It goes from no ZR to a half inch of liquid in glaze form? Meh...tossed.
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