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01-14-2014 14:06:58

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Seen in other post your low imput did you get info on northern ill grazing conferance sounds like some good topics one is converting Crop ground to pasture .it is in stockton

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01-14-2014 14:16:01

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 Re: OT windy,and ice ! in reply to farmerwithmutt, 01-14-2014 14:06:58  
No. But you''re welcome to come get the splitter and use it yourself. I just finished. I don't tend to split anything as I have an OWB, but this winter already has made me go through twice as much as I expected by now. I had some pin oak that I cut a year and a half ago. naything under 6" burned fine, but the 18" pieces would boil water out the center, so i split 'em to help'em dry. With the way it's going, I'll need them in the next 6 weeks...

I don't generally take much of an interest in grazing conferences as I don't own cattle. My pasture is rented out to my neighbor who is a seasonal milker and rotational grazer. He's done milking 'til March now. Milks 60-70 cows in a greenhouse with a parlor. No other housing for the herd, except the hillsides and trees. I keep the pastures mowed to keep down the multiflora rose and prickly ash and rotate his cattle through them - 25 head through 40 acres. Not high pressure, but also very low input...

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01-14-2014 14:34:30

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 Re: OT windy,and ice ! in reply to rockyridgefarm, 01-14-2014 14:16:01  
Think i have been there did they have a pasture walk a couple years back they were doing a good job like there place.
Thanks for the offer i know what you mean about splitting got my own and got junk fence row crap for wood if you dont split it will take as much heat to dry the wood and nothing for heat

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01-14-2014 17:44:36

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 Re: OT windy,and ice ! in reply to farmerwithmutt, 01-14-2014 14:34:30  
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That's the guy. I'm about 3 miles west of him.

I really don't split much. It all gets cut 30", unless it's over 20" across. If I can pick it up and get it into my firebox, it stays in rounds. The farm's got 90 or so acres of woods and three+ miles of fence, so I have plenty of wood. I just need to get far enough ahead that I can leave it lay for 3 years. This year is tearing up my supply, so I gotta split some to try to get it to dry faster.

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