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$100 Ideas

July 25, 2009

Hitch at Hand

To keep hitches from rattling around in the pickup bed, I installed a hitch holder. Two pieces of bent steel mounted on the inside wall of the bed secure two hitches upright. When I need to switch a hitch out, I don't have to climb into the truck bed; I just reach around the side.

Aaron Waldner

Stratford, S.D.

Dry Dam Solution

Our cows are always knocking over or knocking off the dry dam pipes when we pasture them. I put our round bale feeders to use when otherwise they'd go unused during the summer. First, I drove a fence post on both sides of the dam pipe, then I corralled the pipe with the feeder and tied the feeder to the posts. Even a bull can't muscle the feeder, and the cattle can still reach in to eat the grass.

Randy James

Leopold, Ind.

Seed Sign Puller

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FEATURED IN: Farm Journal - Summer 2009
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