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Re: Goin' Muddin'

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03-16-2013 13:19:13

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Sorry to be such a drag on everybodys fun, but we absolutely hate people who come onto our ground and tear it all up. We try really hard to stay off our own land with equipment when it is wet because it makes such a mess. Ruts are not any fun to try to run a hay mower or rake through, so we stay off it until its dry. However, immature people (doesn't seem age has much to do with it) go out and tear up the sod, make ruts and get stuck. Makes us furious, the lack of respect. I understand if you are doing it on your own place or have permission, that is entirely different. But for the most part people who screw around like that don't need any more encouragement. Just my two cents.

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03-16-2013 21:01:22

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 Re: Goin' Muddin' in reply to LonM, 03-16-2013 13:19:13  
always on someone elses property cause they don't have any of their own and if they did they wouldn't want to bounce over it or clean it up. it always infuriates me when people want to "have a little fun" on a friday or saturday night. if you want to do that get your own land & quit ruining mine.

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03-16-2013 15:22:33

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 Re: Goin' Muddin' in reply to LonM, 03-16-2013 13:19:13  
Agree with you that we always did it on our own property or friends. Had a few parents that didnt want us on their fields. Always tilled fields. Never winter wheat, alfalfa or anything like that.

I try to avoid turning around in the field entrances this time of year so I dont rut them up.


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