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Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp Farm

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Adirondack case guy

05-08-2012 10:54:24




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Well Guys,
It started to rain before dark yesterday. Nice soaker. Rain has continued today, temp. mid 50s and the weatherman says it will last until tomarrow evening, with partial clearing Thursday. I was suppose to start another small job with my trackhoe today, but!
Anyway I've got some time on my hands, plenty to do, and no ambition. LOL
I took some pics. of the farmstead the other day while I was waiting for one of the uncles to finish lunch. In case some wonder, the low profile steel building between the cow barns is a controlled enviroment calf barn. The uncles sold registered holstiens and seaman, internationally. Our family CASE dealership started out of a backroom of the house where the garage door on the house is, in 1922. and then moved to the other side of the road where the 430 and 1845 set. In 1947, when I was born dad built down on US20, where I live. You can see part of those buildings in the last pic of my house.The pic. thru the gate shows my house in the background, and the last pic I took Sun. as I completed mowing across the road from my house.Hope I'm not boreing you guys.
Loren

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country nate

05-10-2012 08:04:25




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-08-2012 10:54:24  
Thats quite an operation, and well maintained.



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shinnery

05-09-2012 23:08:57




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-08-2012 10:54:24  
Loren Back in the mid 90s when I was driving over the road, I picked up a load of registered Angus in boxes from Liberal, KS and dropped half of it at A&P warehouse in Hunt's Point, NY. Took the other half to a Seventh Day Adventist College/Publishing Plant, the address was Wallkill, NY. Their directions had me going down some roads I was clearing trees on both sides the road with the reefer. I had driven about 20-30 miles and was within a couple of miles and found a tin-horn culvert with 5K load signs. I didn't slow down, all their other directions had been good. I got unloaded and went back out the same road but I still remember that. I think I was probably east of you off I-84.

Bryce
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KEN IND.

05-09-2012 11:41:11




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-08-2012 10:54:24  
WOW What a beautiful place . NIce trators and equipment also.



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rbradk

05-09-2012 03:16:04




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-08-2012 10:54:24  
That is one sweet looking roundnose poking out of the barn....Boy do I NEED one of those in a triple range....

Great pics, Brad



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1370rod

05-08-2012 19:43:28




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-08-2012 10:54:24  
Hey those are some very nice pics of the area, love the countryside. If you get tired of that 430 sitting around we can make arrangments to have it shipped to SW MN. Rod.



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jon f mn

05-08-2012 19:27:47




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-08-2012 10:54:24  
shucks, must have been near your place today. Picked up a load of salt south of Rochester a ways. Interesting roads to take a truck down in that neighborhood. lol



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Adirondack case guy

05-08-2012 20:11:16




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to jon f mn, 05-08-2012 19:27:47  
You were in John Saeli's neck of the woods. I'm another 135 miles east.
Loren



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jon f mn

05-08-2012 20:38:08




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-08-2012 20:11:16  
I thought you were a bit further east, but in my world 135 miles is how long I wait to get lunch. lol. Guess it's a matter of perspective. If you drive 3500 miles a week, every week, 135 miles isn't much.



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Don Rudolph

05-08-2012 18:57:57




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-08-2012 10:54:24  
What a beautiful set of buildings and background scenery! Kind of sad that it isn't still full of cattle and being used. Don



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actionpack

05-08-2012 18:22:36




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-08-2012 10:54:24  
great pictures , thanks for shareing



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Bob Bancroft

05-08-2012 17:11:54




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-08-2012 10:54:24  
Doesn't look like any animals are left? I thought you had put up pictures of cows, making forage, etc? It's WAY too wet here. Planted some corn record early, Apr. 17-18, and it's been too wet to do anything since.



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Adirondack case guy

05-08-2012 19:20:29




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Bob Bancroft, 05-08-2012 17:11:54  
Bob,
The uncles are aproching 80ys old. They boarded about 125 head of heifers seasonally, for the last several years, and wern't going to this year, but guess what, about 20 heifers got trucked in Sunday.
Loren



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Gary from Iowa

05-08-2012 17:05:46




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-08-2012 10:54:24  
Loren - That is a real nice setup. It appears to be well taken care of and shows a lot of pride. Thanks for sharing.



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NickatKY

05-08-2012 16:44:06




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-08-2012 10:54:24  
Loren,
How many head did they have at their peak?
It looks like quite a nice set up.I would like to hear more about it.Do you have any pics from back in the day?I sure love to see those vintage pics.
Do you have any pics of the dealership?
Thanks for posting,I always enjoy your pics/stories.
Nick



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Adirondack case guy

05-08-2012 16:50:53




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to NickatKY, 05-08-2012 16:44:06  
Nick,
I do, but it may be winter befor I get them dug out. The uncles milked 135head at peak and ran another 150 young stock for replacement and sale.



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uk- sc

05-08-2012 14:42:40




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-08-2012 10:54:24  
What great pictures ! You guys seem to have loads of space compared to here in UK.How much does cropping land land cost in the USA does it depend which state you are in? Here arable land can be cost over $15000 per acre.



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Chuck Machinist

05-08-2012 11:16:59




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-08-2012 10:54:24  
I know where I want to spend my summer vacation!



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casecollectorsc

05-08-2012 19:37:45




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 Re: Different pics from around the barns on Clinton Camp ... in reply to Chuck Machinist, 05-08-2012 11:16:59  
Looks like a beautiful house compared to my 1200 square feet!



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