Trying to keep my focus on the bid, I told him, "This spreader box holds all the manure I want to scoop at one time!"
When I took my chainsaw to another local Amish business man, to get sharpened, we got talking about my draft horses. He wanted to know what equipment I owned. I mentioned my manure spreader and he asked, "Do you have any other livestock?" I told him, "No." He teased me, "You only need your horses for pulling the manure spreader. If you didn't have horses, you wouldn't need a manure spreader. That's like the lady that said she needed a car to get to town and they asked her why she needed to get to town and she said, 'To get gas for my car!'"
Karm and Coke provide me with an escape from the pressures of the modern world and plenty of material for my Amish horse blog too.
Not to mention, some beautiful scenery in my back yard and they are awful fun to have in the barn and brush. You haven't lived until you've stood between a team of draft horses.