This week we're recognizing, Dh5379!
Dh5379 has been a member of POI Factory for over 13 years!
Last week he posted a question regarding his Garmin 390LM.
Several members of the community responded with information and suggestions. David followed the suggestions and posted his results. We really appreciate that!
Thanks for your contributions to our community, David!
Frequently Asked Questions
Enjoy your week as a COW
Enjoy your week, Dh5379
Thank you for your contributions!
and welcome to the COW pasture. And as a first time COW, you will now have a barn badge to come back to after your week in the pasture.
Thanks for following up on your issue. It is always satisfying to those who try to help to get the feedback.
Oh.. I forgot. COWS dont eat beans.
Cows eat soybeans and soybeans are beans in the legume plant family. Other foods in the legume family are navy, kidney, string, black, and pinto beans. Also chickpeas (garbanzo beans), lentils, peas, carob, licorice, and peanuts.
Soybeans can be ground, together with grains as corn and wheat, and fed to cows as a dry feed. Soybean plants can also be chopped in the green state and stored in silos as silage. Green silage undergoes fermentation in silos and becomes "pickled". Silage can be fed to cattle, sheep, and other such ruminants (cud-chewing animals).
I know this information from experience as a kid raised on a farm.
Congratulations, Dh5379! Keep up the good work!
Congratulations Dh5379, thanks for closing the loop on the replies you received to your question! Enjoy your 1st time up on the C.O.W. marquee!
Welcome to the pasture. Enjoy your week.
Thanks for the feedback.
Enjoy your COW!
I spent my childhood on a farm, but I didn’t know some of that. By the way, congrats to Dh5379. Enjoy your week in the pasture!
Thanks for your contributions in this forum. Enjoy your week of recognition.
I went on a monologue on silage making in my earlier post and failed to congratulate Dh5379.
Enjoy your COW award!
Enjoy your COW award.
and thank you
Thank you for your contributions and kudos on your CoW award!
Congrats and enjoy your week.
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