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Veteran Advisor

Re: Big wheels roll'n

Help me out here, what are the 3 ?
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Honored Advisor

Re: Big wheels roll'n

Corn. 55 bu
Wheat 45 bu
Beans. 40 bu

Land value $800/a. Realistically
But the rich retiree price (the one that kills off neighbors is 1500/a+

Cash rent $50. Just a guess
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Honored Advisor

Re: Big wheels roll'n

Half of Ks is in those figures or below.
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Honored Advisor

Re: Big wheels roll'n

And some need a fallow year
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Honored Advisor

Re: Big wheels roll'n

correct me cheapo
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Veteran Advisor

Re: Big wheels roll'n

Omit the beans "here" for dryland, and plug in 60 bu milo.  

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Veteran Advisor

Re: Big wheels roll'n

The problem,and its been happening for a while, is that everyone's pet projects get funded first, and then "Whoa, we're out of money.  We can't pay our teachers enough without raising taxes"  And don't even think about cutting anything else, After all, it's for the kids.  We can't "shortchange" them.  And so it goes....

Honored Advisor

Re: Big wheels roll'n

Biggest Change the last three years. Acres for beans and cotton keep jumping. At least one of these is nearly passing wheat.
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Veteran Advisor

Re: Big wheels roll'n

The  pages  of  the  '''  Buffalo  Commons ''''     KARMA , hold  some  merit - ?

 

How  many  Ambassador - Opportunities , can  us  fly  over states  produce - ? 

 

Feeding  the  _ _ _ _ _   has  it's  challenges,  logistically  and  politically,  and  in politics ,  AG  has  found  out  again,  how  many  FACE  CARDS  they  are  holding  - - - 

Honored Advisor

Re: Big wheels roll'n

Property taxes will be a motivator.
Kansas = __________

Boeing(aviation), gas, oil, wheat, irrigation—all in decline or gone in tax base terms.
Politically we have blocked energy development that pushed wind energy into other states, retarded infrastructure spending, opposed industrial agriculture development, loaded more spending on property tax revenue through education that prepares our kids to leave the state.
It’s a bit dismal — the future of Ks with leadership that does not favor industry. Even farms along the border are considering which state they base in. Or buy in.
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