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Discussion Board - Re: Sunday church story for all of you....

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07-25-2012 07:30:49

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Ok you straighten me out. What good christian could bale hay a week ago in the condition it was and then sell it for $75 a bale. It was sold yesterday. I am sorry my hay was worth 25 dollars last year the only increase that I have made was to cover extra cost of fuel and net. Nothing magical has happened to this hay that makes it worth that much money except for greed. Thats my opinion and I stand by it.

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07-25-2012 16:54:22

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 Re: Sunday church story for all of you.... in reply to Animal, 07-25-2012 07:30:49  
Mike go talk to Dave and get the truth.Not all that ground belongs to the church.That family actually allows them meet there.I just sold small squares for 5.50 a bale am I wrong for taking the money.I have seen you do the same thing.Let me reiterate go TALK to the owners.

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07-25-2012 21:03:18

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 Re: Sunday church story for all of you.... in reply to jddriver, 07-25-2012 16:54:22  
Hey why don't you just do it this way and all will be settled. Take the hay in and have it check as to how good or bad it is and produce the numbers and stop all this petty bull. If it was baled in July or June and has not been on irrigated land it is nothing more then bedding so as I said produce the numbers or shut up

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07-26-2012 20:27:00

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 Re: Sunday church story for all of you.... in reply to old, 07-25-2012 21:03:18  
Rich you are showing your a,,Mike can go talk to the owner he lives very close.If the buyer and seller are happy what business is it of yours,

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07-26-2012 20:36:51

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 Re: Sunday church story for all of you.... in reply to jddriver, 07-26-2012 20:27:00  
Well see you do not want to do what is needed to prove your right or if Mike is right. Ya I do not know for sure the condition of the hay up there but if it is like it is down here and it was baled in June or July then yes that church is ripping people off but til you want to settle this the right way and have it checked out why ever say any thing. As it is said the proof is in the pudding. As I see it right now you and Mike neither one have a leg to stand on and all I see is you to not doing more then spinning your wheels over things that any of us should be into in the first place. All I am trying to do at this point is get you or him or both of you to do the right thing and have it tested then you can find out who is right and who is wrong. I am way to far to do any thing more then say what should be done to make this RIGHT

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