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Re: watering deer [Re: Lonestar1955] #5484308 12/18/14 12:14 AM
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Drought has been really tough the last few years, did it for the cattle but it will help the wildlife.


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Re: watering deer [Re: Lonestar1955] #5484343 12/18/14 12:29 AM
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I ran Pex tubing so it would not bust. the trough will hold water for several days and in TX that's usually long enough to thaw and start working again. dry times are what I was shooting for anyway and it's not freezing then. thin is they are still drinking from them every time they come to the area.

Re: watering deer [Re: Lonestar1955] #5484347 12/18/14 12:31 AM
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Payne, you sir spent a fortune for that set up. but it looks nice. I'm a poor boy in a rich mans game! we got to make due.

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