Diggery-do: digging up the farm

It's the time of the year again. It's very dry, the soggy paddocks have dried up and it's the perfect time to dig out all the drains, stockpiling the material for next year and flattening the piles from last year.

While the digger is on site, you also grade all driveways and races, dig up the horse poop in the , transport all the logs from the up to the fire pit or for ringing for . Some of the logs were still from 2016.

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