I am starting this thread to see if any of you are noticing any differences in your day to day? I have added dozer work, clearing, dirt work to my established tractor business I had. I had 3 jobs lined up to start this weekend and the largest job which was a clearing job on 10 acres of woods texted me a cancellation until at least a couple of months goes by and we see where the virus is at that time. The owner is still fully employed and teleworking from home. I had already walked the property with the landowner and have instructions on exactly what to do, the survey team came and got the survey done a week ago, the dozer is ready to work. I texted the owner back explaining I would be in the woods, by myself on the machine and once I finish I will email her a statement and she can mail me a check and we won’t even see each other but she thought that was still too risky. I figured I would make about $8k in 2 weeks on that job. The other 2 jobs I had lined up are more weather dependent with one requiring flood waters to recede from a 7” rain we got yesterday, it is a bridge repair. The other job is a pond bank rehab on a brand new pond but the clay on the dyke is going to have to dry enough for me to be able to move it and smooth it. I won’t be able to start that one for a couple weeks if we dry out enough by then...if not it will be a summer job... I Was walking our property yesterday and got a text from someone wanting some clearing done so I set up a time to meet this morning and went there to look it over. It looks like about 3 acres of woods so perhaps 3 days of work or so. It is high, flint rock ground that is well drained so rain should not affect me much there. I got the bid on it so I start Monday on that job. I have noticed all the restaurants shutting down, small businesses shuttering their doors, layoffs, etc... and as I explained to someone on Facebook last night who said everyone just needs to stay home for 2 months how are people going to make it doing that if they do not get paid? Most people do not have 2 months of expense money just sitting there. Somehow the economy has to trudge on in a common sense way!