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re: Boykin Spaniel Breeders - LumbermanRon
Thanks for all the info everyone. One more question, what should I expect to pay for a good bloodline?...
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Boykin Spaniel Breeders - LumbermanRon
I want to get a boykin, but I don't know any good breeders in the Baton Rouge area. Are there any good breeders in the south Louisiana? Any Boykin owners on this board? I want a retriever, but I have a small yard and the dog will be inside most of the time. I feel like a Boykin would be the best ...
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re: Cedar fence estimate - LumbermanRon
A good price for treated fences installed can range depending on wood versus metal poles, gates, etc., but a good starting point for a 6ft fence would be $14-18/ft and 8ft $20-25/ft. These prices are labor and materials....
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re: Cedar fence estimate - LumbermanRon
The price estimate I gave would be for unstained. Like he said, gates would likely bump the price even higher. Staining can vary depending on the product you use. Ive seen exterior stains that run between $100 and $300 per 5 gallon bucket. 100 feet of fence would likely take about 10 gallons. Yo...
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re: Cedar fence estimate - LumbermanRon
Wrong and wrong with those above estimates. Material alone on an 8 ft cedar fence with top cap and 2x6 bottom rail will run you around 20 per lineal foot. I would guess a reputable company would charge somewhere between 30-35 per foot to build what you are looking for. ...
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What is the best online Credit Check service? - LumbermanRon
I have a small business that needs to do credit checks on potential customer accounts. Please recommend the best service for this? ...
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re: Middendorf's Catfish - LumbermanRon
[quote]I'm not a fan of the thin catfish. [/quote] There is something wrong with you....
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re: Cedar fence care? - LumbermanRon
Cedar Shield. Its much more expensive than Thompsons, but it is a much better product with a one time application. Thompsons recommends you re-coat every 12-18 months. If you dont plan on doing it at least every couple of years dont use Thompsons or your wasting your money....
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re: Bushes to hide fence - LumbermanRon
Indian Hawthorn, but it will go dormant during the winter....
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re: OB Plant Experts- Hydranga's - LumbermanRon
Mine don't have anything developing, that's why I'm wondering. I put down fertilizer a couple weeks ago, but only leaves are growing, no flower buds...
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OB Plant Experts- Hydranga's - LumbermanRon
Should my hydrangras be blooming yet? They look healthy and have filled out, but still no sign of flowers....
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re: Putting a cutting blade on a Stihl Combi-tool - LumbermanRon
You can absolutely put the brush cutter attachments on any Stihl straight shaft trimmer, bike handle or not. For liability purposes they have to recommend you not use it without the bike handle set up. You will need the brush cutter kit for your particular model and the blade....
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re: Help me pick a Zero Turn - LumbermanRon
Don't buy the Ariens. Go to a local Gravely dealer and buy the XL series. It is basically the same mower (Ariens is the parent company to Gravely), but with a few upgraded parts. Fair warning, it may cost a couple hundred more than the Ariens. They sell the Ariens line north of the Mason-Dixon...
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re: Calling wood experts! (Cypress table advice, UPDATE 1/31) - LumbermanRon
Thickness is all personal preference. 1" is the thinnest I would go especially with cypress(because of its softness.) When you laminate the boards together, make sure you don't go wider than about 8", this will reduce the amount of cupping the table will do. Good luck and psot pics when your done....
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re: 2016 Upgrades for the Golf Bag - LumbermanRon
[quote]Grafolly blue is a bit boardy feeling FYI. [/quote]Yup. Been swinging one for years, feel is like a 2x4, but I haven't found anything I hit better yet....
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re: Home security question - LumbermanRon
certified or custom security...
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re: Metal fire pit or build your own with brick - LumbermanRon
[quote]Go to Brian's in Port Allen. Buy one of the mini cast iron sugar kettles. They have a 3-4 foot diameter. Get someone to make a stand and style it how you want. Total cost should be less than 600$. I did it and started a thread on here looking for a metal fab shop willing to help me. They put ...
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re: Deer trip for a new hunter suggestions.... - LumbermanRon
[link=(http://www.labandera.com)]La Bandera Ranch[/link]...
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re: Yeti Ramblers - LumbermanRon
Just so y'all know. Yeti is introducing spillproof lids next year. There will be one with a plastic straw and one with a sliding hole cover. They will also be making 3 sizes of canteens and a 40qt hopper. Now everyone can get pissed off again that they have to buy the lid separately....
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re: Rifle scope recommendations - LumbermanRon
Would love a Zeiss, but I've got a budget of around 1200-1300 for everything so a Zeiss is out of the question....
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