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Date Posted: 23:47:36 11/14/06 Tue
Author: farmerwannabe
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Subject: donkey barn flooring

Hello...I am adopting 3 donkeys and am wondering what I should use for flooring in the 20ft by 20ft barn I'm building. I live in Michigan and am worried about cold/mud. I have 4x4's and treated 4x8's. Should I use these for this winter and then pour cement in the spring (with mats on top)? I could really use the advice! Thanks.

Pete crossfire1984vette@yahoo.com

Thanks again!!!

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[> Re: donkey barn flooring -- john (what too put for carpeting), 05:52:13 05/06/07 Sun (AC5-Webproxy65.direcpc.com/

well you could use wood would be fine for the floor and sement would be just as fine.

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