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Plate 29 shows the method of constructing the floor. Make the inside form for the concrete curb of 2 inch x 4 inch plank held in position by overhanging cleats from the stakes of the outside concrete forms. Plate 29 also shows drawings for a good type of concrete washing floor; Build the concrete floor large enough to take in the wheels and shafts of the wagon and also of a size to allow the person who does the washing freedom to work. The average size is about 12 ft. The concrete should be 5 inch thick and slope each way toward the center where a drain should be provided, as shown, otherwise the water will run off the sides taking with it the dirt from the vehicle. Construct the drain by excavating, directly in the center of the floor, a hole large enough to contain a good-sized barrel which has the bottom removed. Fill this barrel with stones and, if necessary, run a drain from the barrel to some convenient point. The concrete should be made up of 1 part cement, 2 parts sand and 4 parts crushed stone or gravel. Finish with a wooden float. A floor of this size will require 13 bags of cement, 26 cu. ft. of sand and 52 cu. ft. of gravel or crushed stone. Protect the same as for concrete walks.

The soluble part of manure is the most valuable and a concrete pit preserves the full strength of the manure. According to government reports one load of manure from a concrete pit is worth from 1/2 to 2 loads of manure as commonly stored against the side of a barn. The excavation should be about 22 ft. deep, allowing for a 6 inch floor at the same time bringing the concrete walls above ground. Slope toward the end where the drain is to be situated, making one end about 6 inches lower than the other. For firm ground there is only need of outside concrete forms above ground. Have the inside form slope slightly, as shown in Plate 30, making the top of the concrete wall 6 inch wide and the bottom 10 inch wide. Make the gutter shape with a template shortly after the concrete has been poured. Reinforce with wire mesh as shown in drawing. See Plate 33 for method of making concrete forms. A concrete mixture of ii part cement, 2 parts sand and 4 parts gravel or crushed stone should he used and for a pit the size of the one given there are needed 93 bags of cement, 186 cu. ft. of sand and 372 cu. ft. of gravel or crushed stone. A manure pit may be roofed over, which will assist in eliminating the fly nuisance.  A duck pond for the poultry raiser or a wading pool for the children may be made in a similar way to the manure pit. The dimensions for a fair-sized duck pond would be 8 ft. wide, 12 ft. long and 6 inch for the thickness of the concrete walls and the bottom.

Using a 1-2-4 concrete mixture, with concrete walls 18 inch deep on the outside, there will be needed 20 bags, of cement, 40 cu. ft. of sand and 80 Cu. ft. of gravel or crushed stone.  Plate 31 gives a drawing for a suggested type of cold frame. Excavations should be made below frost line and make concrete forms for a 4 inch concrete wall. It is a good plan, if old-window frames are available, to construct the concrete forms to fit the window frames at hand. The hot bed should have a slope as shown in the drawing and should be located so as to face the south or southeast. Use a concrete mixture of 1 part cement, 22 parts sand and 4 parts gravel or broken stone. Remove the concrete forms in 2 or 3 days and keep concrete damp for a couple of weeks. According to government reports one load of manure from a concrete pit is worth from 1/2 to 2 loads of manure as commonly stored against the side of a barn. The excavation should be about 22 ft. deep, allowing for a 6 inch floor at the same time bringing, the concrete walls above ground. Slope toward the end where the drain is to, be situated, making one end about 6 inch lower than the other. For firm ground there is only need of outside concrete forms above ground. Have the inside form slope slightly, as shown in Plate 30, making the top of the concrete wall 6 inch wide and the bottom 10 inch wide.

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