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Simple Pulse Milker: Assembly Overview

In my first video showing the unboxing of our Simple Pulse milker, I mentioned how intimidated I was when I ordered it. I wasn’t sure what all the parts were, and I certainly didn’t know how to put it all together and get it to work.

The good news is, Simple Pulse includes a pretty comprehensive instruction booklet and offers support in case you run into issues. I followed the directions in the book, and aside from having to take the oil mist eliminator back off after installing it so that I could put in the oil (duh), I really didn’t run into any issues.

Check it out below:

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Amanda lives with her family on a little red farmstead in northwestern Pennsylvania. By day she's a web developer specializing in WordPress and in her off time she enjoys working with goats and other livestock on the farm, canning, knitting, and crocheting.

One Comment

  • Suzanne

    Hi Amanda! Great post. We also raise nigerian dwarf goats and have ordered the simple pulse milker. This will be our first time going into the winter season with it. When the temp goes below freezing, do you a)stop milking, b) heat your barn or c) bring the equipment back in and out every milking?
    We want to keep milking as long as possible but the idea of carrying all that equipment in and out twice a day seems like a lot (I have a bad elbow and shoulder).