Corban Wells

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since May 11, 2014
Tried many business ventures, succeeded with a couple, learned LOTS, single dad with two at-home kids who play tons of baseball.  (Boy and girl.)  Kids are curious about what Dad is contemplating now.  They may not have room to throw the ball around when I'm done with our yard.  But they should be able to fish, gather food and hide in a jungle with the chickens!
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
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I am almost done building my mobile chicken coop. It will work for up to 24 chickens. It requires electrical power, and is great for an 'in town' location. Here's a video to my 3 and a half minute walk through:



Lemme know what you think. Cheers.
5 years ago
I can happily report the discount code is working and I have 3 bottles of your Bentonite/DE coming to my front doorstep. I'm super excited . Never tried eating dirt on purpose before, at least not in the past 36 years. . I'll be happy to share any 'experiences' I notice after I begin using your product.

Cheers
5 years ago
I'm prolly an idiot, but I can't get the coupon code to work on Amazon. I have an order of three bottles waiting as soon as coupon code works, or as soon as someone edjumacates me on how to type.
5 years ago
So I found a company that has been making a 'ditch plow' for over 50 years . . . it looks like it would work great with non-concrete type of ground.

It throws the dirt equally to both sides of the swale, which isn't what we want. But I am sure with a little ingenuity, we could modify it to throw it all to the downhill side. It says it can dig a swale (ditch) 7 1/2' wide and 36" deep. Or smaller than that based on how deep you push it in the ground. It is meant to be pulled behind a dozer of some kind. Probably the heaviest dozer you could get your hands on for more effective swale creation.

I'd like some 2nd and 3rd opinions on this piece of machinery. Anyone have any experience with anything like this?

http://www.anything-you-want.com/yj/page4.html


6 years ago