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    Wish I would have thought of that on one that was loaded with lice and ticks so thick its skin crawled.
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    that is such a good idea I'm suprised I didn't think of it
    ......just because I'm paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get me.....

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    A few years ago I got a hog as he exited a wallow. The mud was foul and thick on this hog and he was heavy enough that I would have been also covered with mud loading him in my truck. So used my tow chain and drug him across the pasture on a two track. I stopped about half way and flipped him over. When I got him to the tree his coat was clean and shinny.

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    Thats a great idea!
    We process all our hogs and deer on the property and we have a pressure cleaner at the cleaning station. It makes the work a lot cleaner when the animal is cleaned off first.


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