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Discussion Board - Re: Decisions,decisions

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rrlund

09-02-2012 10:25:47
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It would never be for sale with better'n 200 head of cattle around here at any given time.




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old

09-02-2012 10:38:18
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 Re: Decisions,decisions in reply to rrlund, 09-02-2012 10:25:47  
Well even if never for sale you might have the problem we have had this year up your way next year and then you would have some left overs to fall back on. I learned that year old hay sure is worth a lot more then no hay at all



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rrlund

09-02-2012 13:11:02
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 Re: Decisions,decisions in reply to old, 09-02-2012 10:38:18  
I'm just afraid of hurting first cutting yield next year is all.



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09-02-2012 13:17:07
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 Re: Decisions,decisions in reply to rrlund, 09-02-2012 13:11:02  
Ya it is sort of a catch 22 you may not hurt it or you might. I know with clover they tell you to cut it or it will in fact die off



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