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We got rocks over here too

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09-26-2012 08:22:13

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Number 2 leg unit tripping [auto reset is popular in this area]

BTW pack of 20 costs $11.75 here :cry:

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Charlie M

09-27-2012 04:29:22

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 Re: We got rocks over here too in reply to KFD68, 09-26-2012 08:22:13  
We've got a lot of those size rocks here and I think they are all in my corn field. Its only a 4 acre field but each year I bring up 3-4 that I can get off the field and hit about another dozen. I'm plowing with the old 3 bottom plows that don't have trip bottoms and its a big jolt to hit one of those things. I have the newer plow points on the plow and they don't break as easy as the original cast iron points did.

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mikey h.

09-26-2012 18:50:50

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 Re: We got rocks over here too in reply to KFD68, 09-26-2012 08:22:13  
it seems plowing is popular there. Most all the plows in my area have went to the salvage except for the organic guys. but talk is they may have to come back because of the herbicide resistance problem. I have an old massey 5 bottom and a white 5 bottom but they are so rusty I would have to bring over to your rocky ground to scour them since there is no rocks here in west central mo. Har. Har.

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Bruce from Can.

09-26-2012 14:46:20

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 Re: We got rocks over here too in reply to KFD68, 09-26-2012 08:22:13  
I guess smoking shortens your life if at $1.20 a smoke, you can't afford to buy food!!! Think i'd try to grow my own .Bruce

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09-26-2012 08:52:27

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 Re: We got rocks over here too in reply to KFD68, 09-26-2012 08:22:13  
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Geesh, $12 a day to shorten your life. Can you buy them online from the US? My mom probably spends that much a day on health foods trying to lengthen her life. :roll: Oh, the irony. :lol:

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