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Re: Binder update.

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Ralph Bauer

10-07-2012 09:16:43

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Great job, Richard! Wish more folks would want to preserve the old! ....and use it a little for whatever reason!
Ralph in OK.

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Richard Hare

10-08-2012 06:57:19

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 Re: Binder update. in reply to Ralph Bauer, 10-07-2012 09:16:43  

I have a few reasons/excuses to use it.
Grew some old type wheat, called Red Fife. It was grown up here between 1840 and 1900 mainly.
It hasn't been messed with like many modern wheats, and is supposed to be good tasting for bread, with only a fraction of the glutens of most modern wheat.
Wheat up here is border-line to grow, but if it's cut with a binder, it kind of gives you a couple more weeks to work with (if you know what I mean.)
Also, we wanted to thatch an old fashioned house we are making, (just to see if we can!...wattle and daub walls etc!)...and needed straw that hasn't been combined.
Need a thresher next....

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Ralph Bauer

10-09-2012 06:21:59

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 Re: Binder update. in reply to Richard Hare, 10-08-2012 06:57:19  
Sounds like a ot of fun! Wish I had the time to dedicate to all my stuff FT!! Keep us posted, would you??

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Richard Hare

10-09-2012 06:48:45

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 Re: Binder update. in reply to Ralph Bauer, 10-09-2012 06:21:59  

It Would be a lot of fun if it wasn't for the rest of the farm work getting in the way!
We planned on daubing the walls this summer, but only got half a day at it, and now with frost starting, it'll have to wait 'til next year.

If you want to see pics of progress so far, I could email you some. It isn't hardly implement related to post here!

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10-09-2012 16:42:58

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 Re: Binder update. in reply to Richard Hare, 10-09-2012 06:48:45  
Richard, I do not know what you mean by daubing walls. Would not mind seeing those pictures. And if you email me I will get your address again as the old computor crashed and I lost all my contacts.

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Richard Hare

10-09-2012 23:48:06

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 Re: Binder update. in reply to Leroy, 10-09-2012 16:42:58  

Will email you.

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