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  1. Turkey Creek
    Turkey Creek
    Jefferson County, KS
  2. Mennoniteman
    Mennoniteman cutman
    In Property Threads, Keystone Krops, could you move my posts 37, 38, 39, and 40 up to right after my post #19? I have some herbicide tank mixes that I would like to keep together.
  3. Yarg
    Yarg dogghr
    hello I was wondering if you remember the name of the place in Virginia you dealt with as I was looking for a large quantity of tree tubes and would not mind buying rejects for a good price thank you Gary
    1. dogghr
      dogghr
      I’m on the road but Ill try ck that info tomorrow when I get home. They were in central VA near Charlottesville if remember. Been a few years as I guess they still sale. They were actually a manufacture for the company but did sale from warehouse. I’ll try to track them down for you. Doug
      Apr 6, 2019
  4. Yarg
    Yarg dogghr
    Hello I was wondering if you can give me the contact for the tree tube manufacturer in Virginia I'm looking to buy a lot of tubes my name is Gary thank you very much
  5. willy
  6. William Koppelberger Jr.
    William Koppelberger Jr.
    Status ? ----- ALIVE AND WELL - SHOOTING MY BOW YEAR 'ROUND AND LOVING IT!
  7. William Koppelberger Jr.
    William Koppelberger Jr.
    80 birthdays, 65 loving my bow, cedar arrows, wild turkey feathers , zwickeys razor sharp, venison, turkeys, stalking close
  8. MilkweedManiac
    MilkweedManiac wbpdeer
    Requesting to be added to the list!

    Cole Barnett
    coleb123@gmail.com
    3179195835
  9. buckdeer1
    buckdeer1 Lewi B
    were you interested in planter
  10. Rottie87
    Rottie87 wbpdeer
    I would like to be on your list. Ryan Ragan 15083 w farm rd 18 Walnut Grove, Mo 65770 rottie87@gmail.com 417 300 1477
  11. Jack Terpack
    Jack Terpack wbpdeer
    Wayne, would love to have a few more of your seeds. Jack Terpack, 4614 Moorefield Street, Hodges, SC 29653 jaterpa@gmail.com Don't own a cell phone, never needed one.
  12. rusty1034
    rusty1034
    rusty1034@gmail.com
  13. rusty1034
    rusty1034
    Dave, just saw this- sorry
  14. bill turlik
    bill turlik Fish
    hi fish
    bill turlik i was wondering are you going to have any lemon drop scions this year if so i would like some thanks bill turlik
  15. Bowriter
    Bowriter
    Outdoor writer, wildlife biologist, works in the Southeast.
  16. TreeDaddy
    TreeDaddy Baker
    Hi Rusty

    My name is bill turner

    I remember you mentioning Dan Van Schaik as a consultant for your property several years ago

    Were you happy with the service?

    My place is in east texas and i am looking for a consultant to write up a "boots on the ground" assessment and plan

    thank you,

    bill
    1. Baker
      Baker
      Hi Bill, I know Dan on a personal level but have not hired him professionally. I know folks who have used him in the same way you propose and were very happy.



      Feel free to call me to discuss if you like
      Rusty Baker
      318 308 3459 c
      Nov 23, 2018
  17. X-farmerdan
    X-farmerdan cutman
    Hello friend! I created this thread under DEER HUNTING. I had a crazy idea bout collecting the pieces of data needed to arrive at a "score," but i didn't spend enough with it. Delete my last thread, please? TEST: Score this Buck"

    Thanks
  18. Chainsaw
    Chainsaw rusty1034
    Rusty, lost your e-mail--would like to send you a few pics that I don't dare post on the forum this early in hunting season--might get some local attention if I did.
    dave
    djwhalen@frontiernet.net
  19. Marty Edwards
    Marty Edwards Nebraskaz71
    Good morning. I just read your post about some columnar oaks you purchased from a nursery near you that grew fast & produced well. I live on a farm near Beatrice, curious what specific species you bought and the nursery if you don’t mind sharing.

    Thanks!
    1. Nebraskaz71
      Nebraskaz71
      Hey, the columnar oaks I have are crimson spire oaks and prince regal oaks. So far the prince regal have done the best. Crimson spires have been in the ground three yrs and not done a lot yet, the prince regals have only been in the ground one year and they grew over 3ft this year and covered in acorns. Some are from lowes, some from mulhalls or lanaha nursery in omaha. Goodluck!
      Oct 13, 2018
  20. MN Slick
    MN Slick cutman
    Hi Cutman, what are the rules for posting in the classifieds? I imported some electric fat tire bikes that I'd like to post. Let me know. Thanks Dave
    1. cutman
      cutman
      Post away. No rules as long as you are in the classifieds.
      Oct 9, 2018

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