Here you go - I am airing our "dirty laundry" for the world to view!
This RFOA assignment is dirty jobs - this was easy, it's how we live on this farm!
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Notice what Chris is sitting on - NOTHING well except maybe a cow pie that will soon be in my laundry room!
No matter how dry it is out or how hard you try to avoid getting dirty - manure splatters!
Why can't I learn not to work in shorts - no matter how hot it is?
Really? And this was for "fun" - getting calves washed for a show!
I just wish these pics of washing calves showed how dirty clothes end up!
Rubber boots or not when your head is only 3 foot from the ground the manure ends up all over you!
Hogs: Pictures only show half the story with hogs - you would need smell o'vision - anytime you walk in a hog confinement barn (even for a brief second) you walk out smelling like a hog confinement barn!
Hauling liquid manure - this is the only pic I could find - you can't see it but he has it all over his jeans (and this was a clean day) at least once a week when he is hauling something plugs the line or there is a mishap and liquid manure covers him -
Feeding with Dad - "it's fun Mom now will you wash my clothes and coveralls so they will be clean when I want to feed with Dad again?"
Cleaning out the leg pit!
I couldn't find any pictures of anyone covered in tractor grease, combine dust, clothes covered in graphite from planting, mud from walking fields, bees wings filled pockets from sweeping out bins . . .
Heck we even get dirty having FUN:
Which brings me to my laundry room:
I end of with 2-5 pairs of jeans that are at least this dirty EVERYDAY!
These I found in the garage - I have no idea what the job was but it was DIRTY!