How exactly are you terminating it? I have been thinking of buying a roller crimper but also thought I might save the money and building a removable mount for my 55 gallon sprayer on my cultipacker.
As far as farm injury goes. Thank Gawd I have never had a real serious one. But I have had silly things happen like almost knocking all my teeth out with a flying bolt down a well casing to whacking myself with a metal rod and swelling my eye up like a soft ball. It can happen so fast!
That's a nice picture. But I don't want to see it here until next December. We've already had some late freezes here this spring that did some unknown damage to strawberries and fruit trees.
Nice stand, plenty of rain is good for you. There's been very little if any corn planted yet in Pennsylvania, it's been raining about every other day most of the spring, and the farmers are getting a little antsy. But it's still within our normal range of planting time, if they can get out in the next week or so. Next week looks like we will finally get back up to normal temps for the first time since mid-march.Corn is coming along. As expected, there are good, average, and poor areas of the 12 acres. The deer have hammered a couple of areas that I will overseed with millet.
We are stuck in a dry, cool weather pattern. There is plenty of moisture in the soil still but it won’t last forever.
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As usual looks great. But I need u pick my corn, husk it , and cook it for me. I’ll show w my butter and salt. Kinda like people do anymore when I ask them if they want a deer for their freezer.
Btw I never saw an answer to if u got that big alligator you once posted a pic of ??
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