Farm Tools You Didn't Know You Needed
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It's interesting to know that fencing tools would be used to splice wires and address parts of the fences that are damaged with branches or so. I can imagine how this would be a necessity for farms to ensure that their cattle or other animals will not get harmed. Also, it will give them peace of mind that the animals will also not venture out because of damaged barriers.
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Kyle Mumford is a third generation llama owner, and his family has owned llamas since 1980. Kyle and his wife Jerrika have a herd of approximately 25 llamas in Southwest Washington.