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Discussion Board - Re: What is a good crop to sell?

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Jason S.

12-09-2012 06:35:45
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I live in Greeneville about 3 miles from the North Carolina state line. Somebody had asked about equipment, about the only things I don"t have is a combine and a corn picker. Although I am fixin to buy a corn picker even if I don"t raise corn because I found a John Deere that mounts to my model A. But I"m willing to buy whatever equipment I need. From what I"ve read it seems like maybe I should split part of my land for corn and keep the rest for hay? When we picked corn when I was growing up my we used a snapper, my grandfather believed in leaving the husk on the ears. Is there any difference in the sell ability of corn as far as husk on, husk off, and shelled? Thanks for all your all"s help. I"m sorry I didn"t post where I was earlier. I wasn"t thinking on that one. I tend to do that sometimes.

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12-09-2012 09:21:35
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 Re: What is a good crop to sell? in reply to Jason S., 12-09-2012 06:35:45  
I can not say much of any thing about growing corn since I have never done so but where I live that is almost NO crop land other then hay due to having lots of rock in the soil so plowing much of any of it is next to impossible. I can say this you have to have deep pockets just to buy seed corn these days since the last I heard a bag of seed corn cost well over $100



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GordoSD

12-10-2012 07:45:18
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 Re: What is a good crop to sell? in reply to old, 12-09-2012 09:21:35  
When was that? Will be $330 per bag for triple stack this spring.



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GordoSD

12-10-2012 07:45:06
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 Re: What is a good crop to sell? in reply to old, 12-09-2012 09:21:35  
When was that? Will be $330 per bag for triple stack this spring.



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12-10-2012 08:56:17
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 Re: What is a good crop to sell? in reply to GordoSD, 12-10-2012 07:45:06  
Read what I said!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I did say WELL OVER $100 isn't $330 well over $100 think dude



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