• mower models

    From Ogg@EOTLBBS to All on Thu Aug 6 17:51:00 2020
    Hello Arelor!

    ** On Thursday 06.08.20 - 09:37, arelor wrote..

    I moved to a mower model called Equus Ferus Caballus. They are big and unwieldly, but they are fully automatic - you leave them lose in an
    area and they trim the grass very quickly. If you have a male model
    and a female model, they will replicate and create a new mower every
    year. Their residues can be recycled and used for growing a healthy harvest. As a bonus, they provide lots of love and entertainment.

    :)

    I am partial to the Capra Aegagrus Hircus. They are a bit smaller but
    they are easy to maneuver and very nimble and quick, even on automatic. If they are paired with M and F models, they too produce new upgraded
    versions. Their engines have a distinctively pleasant "baa baa" sound.

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  • From MRO@BBSESINF to Ogg on Thu Aug 6 22:50:25 2020
    Re: mower models
    By: Ogg to All on Thu Aug 06 2020 05:51 pm

    I am partial to the Capra Aegagrus Hircus. They are a bit smaller but they are easy to maneuver and very nimble and quick, even on automatic. If they are paired with M and F models, they too produce new upgraded versions. Their engines have a distinctively pleasant "baa baa" sound. versions. Their engines have a distinctively pleasant "baa baa" sound.


    i wonder if they still have that service where the goats eat the weeds.
    i have seen some videos on youtube with mixed results.

    one video had a ton of them and they didnt accomplish much. then another video they did a great job with invasive species.

    i guess the benefit of goats is their stomachs digest the seeds so they arent spreading the plants and they also dont destroy the ground.
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  • From Arelor@PALANT to Ogg on Fri Aug 7 07:28:10 2020
    Re: mower models
    By: Ogg to All on Thu Aug 06 2020 05:51 pm

    :)

    I am partial to the Capra Aegagrus Hircus. They are a bit smaller but
    they are easy to maneuver and very nimble and quick, even on automatic. If they are paired with M and F models, they too produce new upgraded
    versions. Their engines have a distinctively pleasant "baa baa" sound.


    I am a big fan of those. The problem is that when you leave them in automatic, they may jump over walls, scratch your car, or otherwise break all sorts of havoc. You have to keep an eye on them. Other than that, they are awesome.

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  • From Moondog@CAVEBBS to MRO on Fri Aug 7 12:05:00 2020
    Re: mower models
    By: MRO to Ogg on Thu Aug 06 2020 10:50 pm

    Re: mower models
    By: Ogg to All on Thu Aug 06 2020 05:51 pm

    I am partial to the Capra Aegagrus Hircus. They are a bit smaller but they are easy to maneuver and very nimble and quick, even on automatic. they are paired with M and F models, they too produce new upgraded versions. Their engines have a distinctively pleasant "baa baa" sound. versions. Their engines have a distinctively pleasant "baa baa" sound.


    i wonder if they still have that service where the goats eat the weeds.
    i have seen some videos on youtube with mixed results.

    one video had a ton of them and they didnt accomplish much. then another vid

    i guess the benefit of goats is their stomachs digest the seeds so they aren

    I watched a documentary on kudzu vines in Georgia, and a salvage yard owner said if it weren't for goats, the vines would consume every bit of open
    space. I have friends who use sheep to keep their pastures mowed down. It sure beats using a mechanical mower around a farm implement, then trash the blades while rolling over the hitch or parts left of the implement. My
    parents raised sheep, and the are we stored the planter and plow looked like
    a golf course.

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  • From Ogg@EOTLBBS to Arelor on Mon Aug 10 21:03:00 2020
    Hello Arelor!

    ** On Friday 07.08.20 - 08:28, arelor wrote to Ogg:

    I am partial to the Capra Aegagrus Hircus. They are a bit smaller
    but..

    I am a big fan of those. The problem is that when you leave them in automatic, they may jump over walls, scratch your car, or otherwise
    break all sorts of havoc. You have to keep an eye on them. Other than
    that, they are awesome.

    Those are the cordless models. For more control, they are best operated
    with a thether that provides a reasonable radius for operations. LOL

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