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Old 05-01-2017, 02:53 PM   #21
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Here's an excellent video about lambs quarters - how to identify and ways to prepare them. It was very helpful to me.



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Old 06-07-2017, 05:41 AM   #22
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I had a friend in the past that used Lamb's Quarter in her vegetable lasagna. It was delicious.



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Stuff will grow anywhere, yell at me in a few months and I will send you some seeds.
Is this fencing any good? Would they dig under it?

https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/feedlot-panel-hog-16-ft-l-x-34-in-h

Specs: "This Feedlot Panel won't break down or collapse when cattle, pigs, sheep or other large livestock run into or rub against it.
Welded one piece steel construction
Virtually maintenance free
Sag resistant
Easy to erect, no stretching
The 11 line wires (horizontal) are 5 gauge
The stay wires (vertical) are 4 gauge and are spaced 8 in. apart."

Oh, and you said remind you about the seeds....consider this a reminder!!
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Is this fencing any good? Would they dig under it?

https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/feedlot-panel-hog-16-ft-l-x-34-in-h

Specs: "This Feedlot Panel won't break down or collapse when cattle, pigs, sheep or other large livestock run into or rub against it.
Welded one piece steel construction
Virtually maintenance free
Sag resistant
Easy to erect, no stretching
The 11 line wires (horizontal) are 5 gauge
The stay wires (vertical) are 4 gauge and are spaced 8 in. apart."

Oh, and you said remind you about the seeds....consider this a reminder!!
I use the cattle panels for our tomato plants. It's the same material just taller and larger holes.
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Haven't forgotten, the seeds aren't dry yet. If I bag em now they will likely mildew before they get there.


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Is this fencing any good? Would they dig under it?

https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/feedlot-panel-hog-16-ft-l-x-34-in-h

Specs: "This Feedlot Panel won't break down or collapse when cattle, pigs, sheep or other large livestock run into or rub against it.
Welded one piece steel construction
Virtually maintenance free
Sag resistant
Easy to erect, no stretching
The 11 line wires (horizontal) are 5 gauge
The stay wires (vertical) are 4 gauge and are spaced 8 in. apart."

Oh, and you said remind you about the seeds....consider this a reminder!!
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hang the seed heads from the cealing and put a pan under it then you won't get mildew

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Never seen it,

Does it have a particular flavor...

Anything to compare its taste to.


Lambs quarters, I swear I thought about Muttin.



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Similar to beet greens.


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