10-17-2013 08:19 PM
10-17-2013 09:44 PM
10-17-2013 10:22 PM
Wow - you've outdone yourself tonight painful one. You just pissed off everyone that uses this site. You might have just gotten the trophy for the most despised person on this site. What is your problem? Maybe shaken violently as a child? Maybe someone needs to shake you violently now to make you realize that being an a-hole all the time isn't all that great of hook to hang your hat on. Will you never learn.....
10-17-2013 10:41 PM
Yes, I sold the farm, my money is invested and doing it's thing without my help. I'm not about to be one of those farmers that sit's in a chair and dies a couple of months after I sold the farm. It's a fairly good job for me with my work experience and organizational skills, along with knowledge of what to look for when I take samples. It's lots of hours in a short time window, probably weeks, and then it's probably off to Arizona in the motorhome for a month, and then returning to teach in OKC next spring.
Just because I have money in the bank, doesn't mean I'm going to veg in a chair. I have abilities to contribute, and plan to for a while yet.
10-17-2013 11:53 PM
10-18-2013 06:31 AM
wrestler you're right. my soys were much better than expected even tho planted mid to late june. SIL had 23 acres of soys replanted july1,where seed corn rotted, that made 45. that's great, but now figure in the 23 acres out of 70 (in that one field) that produced NO corn. even if the remaning corn makes 170, it's hard on the average. I have spots that I seeded soys for cover in bare spots in corn fields. Likely 180+ corn, but if every quarter has 7 acres of corn missing it adds up. Save the snarky stuff for the other guys I'm just reporting in. A little east of you.........