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Buckley_HF
Senior Contributor

Re: Sorry Tiger

Your right NIA, shouldn't of jumped off the ledge like that.  Was in a fiesty mood last night.  Apologies.  On a side bar late 20's with a 9 month old!  It's the best being a new dad but can be a trip! And Brian, we finished up planting the 24th.  Just waiting for it to dry out so we can get in and start spraying and sidedresing.  My generation has this thingy called an Iphone that I find useful to follow the markets and can post on here on the go, believe me, I'm not just sitting at home on the puter posting on this website, except when my son wakes me up for a middle of the night feeding.  Have a good day boys.  Looks like another warm one.  Thankful to finally get some heat

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Pete379
Contributor

Re: Sorry Tiger

 
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colorofmoney
Frequent Contributor

Re: Sorry Tiger

Not sure where you are NWI but not far south of me they had 3.5 inches plus, and got some more last night, a lot of washed out and underwater fields, not sure how wide spread of an area it is, they wont be planting this week.

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Nebrfarmr
Veteran Advisor

Re: Sorry Tiger

Anywhere from a sprinkle to 4+ inches here in Nebraska, very spotty and uneven, at about 1/3 to 1/2 of the corn planted.  It is still 'early' where I am at, May 1st to 15th is usually the time everyone shoots for, to plant.

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bronzebacks
Contributor

Re: Sorry Tiger

Don't get worked up about this putz. I know who he is and he farms a whopping 120 acres. The truth is we are about 75 percent done and are now very wet. No beans in the ground to speak of. Oh and yea his equipment is green with a lot of brown rust. Just ignore his posts.
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Hobbyfarmer
Honored Advisor

Re: Sorry Tiger

which putz?

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Farmerjoe79
Senior Contributor

Re: Sorry Tiger

Northy
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north ia farmer
Frequent Contributor

Re: Sorry Tiger

backs,you much be still pissed that I'm farming that 120 you were stealing for the last three years.(landlords enjoy a bonus)You must be the only one in the area that isn't 90% done with corn as I would say at least 30% of the soybeans are in the ground.Green equipment isn"t new but looks same as new.

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