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KEH

11-13-2013 04:42:05
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24 degrees in W SC this AM. You folks North of me could have kept the cold weather, you didn't have to share.

Lot of soybeans not cut yet. If they still had moisture, this should dry them out. Very little rain for weeks, some forecast next week.

I hear the corn harvest in IA was better than expected. IAGary and others there, how are prices?

KEH




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Frank 41

11-13-2013 18:44:18
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 Re: cold weather in reply to KEH, 11-13-2013 04:42:05  
It was 18 here in central IL and a little snow left over. But not like Goldfield IA in 60-61 if I remember right. It was -10 for a high for 10 days, -32 for the lowest, and 83" of snow.



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farmerwithmutt

11-13-2013 11:53:12
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 Re: cold weather in reply to KEH, 11-13-2013 04:42:05  
full moon is a cold moon in winter and warm in summer dont know why but always knew it would be cold on a full moon



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rla

11-13-2013 08:06:05
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 Re: cold weather in reply to KEH, 11-13-2013 04:42:05  
Ahh come on Man up. that's shirt sleeve weather..



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uncle henry

11-13-2013 07:03:38
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 Re: cold weather in reply to KEH, 11-13-2013 04:42:05  
33 here in my part of east texas



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wfw

11-13-2013 06:24:55
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 Re: cold weather in reply to KEH, 11-13-2013 04:42:05  
lower 30's and dusting of snow overnight close to Morehead, NC.

frank



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fixerupper

11-13-2013 06:19:53
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 Re: cold weather in reply to KEH, 11-13-2013 04:42:05  
Marilyn's brother lives in Clarksdale, Ms. I'll betcha he's shivering. Yesterday morning Spencer, Ia, 30 miles north of me had a temp of -1. My thermometer recorded +1 at sometime during that period. A few years ago I was north of Kamsack SK picking up a combine to bring home and the temp was below zero F with snow on the ground. I was glad to get back to Iowa where our temps were in the 'warm' 40's. Jim

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John M

11-13-2013 06:01:48
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 Re: cold weather in reply to KEH, 11-13-2013 04:42:05  
It was showing 24 in my truck this morning. At work it was 22.



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oj

11-13-2013 05:48:00
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 Re: cold weather in reply to KEH, 11-13-2013 04:42:05  
We were warm last night, never dropped below about 33f.. first time in weeks, 3 days ago me managed about -10f, that day we didn't manage to get over 20f.

100 miles north of North Dakota.



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2badlybent

11-13-2013 05:28:02
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 Re: cold weather in reply to KEH, 11-13-2013 04:42:05  
It was 15 degrees here on the NY- Canadian border
this morning. I went out and plugged the heaters, on the combine and tractor, into the electric supply early this morning. That makes it easier to start and a warm engine. Going out early to try the combine this morning with hopes that the cold has firmed up the ground some. It has been muddy going this fall but I could be done with one more good day.

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IaGary

11-13-2013 05:11:08
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 Re: cold weather in reply to KEH, 11-13-2013 04:42:05  
With a big crop comes low prices.

$3.00 a bushel lower than last year at $4.40 or so per bushel.

This will slow the increase in land prices down a little.

Guys that buy corn for feed should by happy as well.

Gary



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casecollectorsc

11-13-2013 06:27:37
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 Re: cold weather in reply to IaGary, 11-13-2013 05:11:08  
Here in east central South Dakota corn is at $3.68. About 98% done here. I've been done a couple weeks with harvest. Wet corn plus price cuts into the bottom line!!



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Richard G.

11-13-2013 04:52:50
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 Re: cold weather in reply to KEH, 11-13-2013 04:42:05  
20 here on my front porch. Glad I checked on some things yesterday. At least the wind did not blow.
Frost everywhere here in Oakway.
Richard in NW SC



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Billy NY

11-13-2013 04:47:11
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 Re: cold weather in reply to KEH, 11-13-2013 04:42:05  
Read 16 or 17 Deg F before the sun came up, which is not bad considering there is no wind, sunny clear day, nice for making firewood or similar outside work, no bugs, no sweat, etc. LOL Ground may have a little frost, makes for nice traction with no snow cover.

Will be a slave to the stove for the next 4 months or so, but it goes quickly, especially in about 40 days once the sun starts moving back, days get longer. One thing is for sure, its tolerable when the sun is shining, but once that sun goes down, whole different ball game LOL !

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Adirondack case guy

11-13-2013 04:55:32
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 Re: cold weather in reply to Billy NY, 11-13-2013 04:47:11  

It was 18F here. The state and town DOTs have been wareing out cutting edges on the snow plows for the last two days.
Loren, the Acg.



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Billy NY

11-13-2013 06:30:39
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 Re: cold weather in reply to Adirondack case guy, 11-13-2013 04:55:32  
Seems a bit early for that, but they do go out when its questionable, has to be the litigious society we live in. I have a friend who works out of the local NY DOT yard, and is on the snowplow, state is pretty good about clearing, but sometimes the salt useage makes me wonder. Town used to be questionable, can recall many a night I had to walk up my road, fire up my plow truck and clear it, they seem a lot more dependable now. We are getting there, perfect weather for deer hunting. Had the old stove going all night, put a 10" elm round in there 11PM, still going at 6 am, upstairs the thermostat reads a full 2 degrees warmer than its set, now is the pay off for all the hard work of putting up wood to keep the oilman away LOL !

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RMinVa

11-13-2013 04:46:33
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 Re: cold weather in reply to KEH, 11-13-2013 04:42:05  
21 here in southside central Va. this morning. Dry here too. Haven't had an inch of rain in over a month. Lots of small fires this past Sunday. 30 mph winds and 24% humidity. Lots of fuel to burn with leaves falling like rain.



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