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Re: No way to start the year 2

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Oh, the pics you have put up of late were your former employers stuff.

That fits a little better.

Bummer to get laid off, hope you catch on soon somewhere else. Might be slow for a couple months, but by March you might have to block your phone from all the offers! Sounds like you have some skill and should do all right.

Getting lean down on the farm, the economy turned a few years ago, some of the real big outfits have gone under, the smaller ones are tightening belts again. Really no upturns on the horizon.

I hope my dairy neighbor does ok, they just took on a ton of debt, nice small by today's standards family operation, good people. My understanding dairy is looking at lower milk prices, after a drop already. We live by "the worlds biggest butter plant" and several other processors so actually import milk from a ways around, but even so, milk is mighty cheap right now if you have to pay the bills with it.


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 Re: No way to start the year 2 in reply to paul, 01-02-2018 19:40:20  
The dairy I was working for just spent a million on a new merry go round milker new barn and new loafing shed now the milk contract is up and nobody wants the milk . There was a 3000 cow dairy that just closed there doors about 2 weeks ago nobody wanted there milk

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 Re: No way to start the year 2 in reply to paul, 01-02-2018 19:40:20  
Most of the pics are my stuff I own a 3020 a 4020 a 7700 combine and bunch of other farm equipment drills swather baler trucks trailers I do a fair amount of custom farming to and I also run a few beef cows and I do some cowboying for one of the biggest ranchers in this valley but the steady paycheck every two weeks from the dairy pays for it all

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