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Old 07-08-2012, 12:55 AM   #111
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A chord of wood between the truck and the trailer lol
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The orange beast towed this old ford f150 just under 900 miles to my house
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The orange beast towed this old ford f150 just under 900 miles to my house
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10k an acre? Even irrigated ground here isn't that much
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our average land price is 7k an acre. But I've seen it get up to 20k....
Thats super cheap, around here 90 acre farms are selling for $2+ million, and a couple acre building lot is $400-500,000. The weird part is that were 20 miles from the city but around here there is a lot the wealthy city folks horse farms though.
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Thats super cheap, around here 90 acre farms are selling for $2+ million, and a couple acre building lot is $400-500,000. The weird part is that were 20 miles from the city but around here there is a lot the wealthy city folks horse farms though.
The "country estates" people **** me off. They come and buy land at crazy prices the farmers can't match, build their expensive house and then complain when the farmer is cutting wheat at 11 at night or putting on cow s#it. We have this problem all the time around our farm

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The "country estates" people **** me off. They come and buy land at crazy prices the farmers can't match, build their expensive house and then complain when the farmer is cutting wheat at 11 at night or putting on cow s#it. We have this problem all the time around our farm

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I know what you mean those kind of people are up on the escarpment while the regular farmers are down on the plain. But the estate folks buy all there hay from the locals so they aren't a hug PITA.
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I know what you mean those kind of people are up on the escarpment while the regular farmers are down on the plain. But the estate folks buy all there hay from the locals so they aren't a hug PITA.
The big problem for us is that since we have a dairy and have to apply manure, those neighbors complain about it like they own everything around them when really they own a super tiny amount compared to a farmer.
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The big problem for us is that since we have a dairy and have to apply manure, those neighbors complain about it like they own everything around them when really they own a super tiny amount compared to a farmer.
Do you guys spread liquid manure or solid? the liquid is brutal that sh*t burns your eyes.
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