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Mon Dec 31, 2012 10:48 AM CST

QUESTION: The fences on our farm have gotten so bad that we just let the cows run over the whole place. I want to redo my cross-fences this year to make it easier to find all the cows and to start rotating from one pasture to the next. But fencing is expensive, and then I have to worry about getting water and minerals into a dozen or more pastures. Any suggestions to keep the cost down?

ANSWER: I have just completed a similar project on our farm. There was and still ...

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