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Hey Loren, I was down your general way yesterday. Went down as far as Fort Plain via Camden. Wife bought 2 more Pyrenees guard dogs for the flock. Spent some time talking with the breeders father who farms it there. Ground is way different than up here, they're on 3rd cut and we haven't even finish 1st cut! He's hauling hay to northern Jersey and they PAY HIM to haul horse manure away! The breeder raises Boer Goats and is getting $3.00 lbs live weight at the farm! Crazy! We're going to correspond with them a little and see if we can't break into that market with lamb. Then we went down to Fort Plain. Saw people haying on hillsides I wouldn't run a crawler across. Beautiful country though. Too bad it's like the rest of NYC- run by cidiots! :evil:
Nice thing we did figure out is that there's a back way from Adams to Rome. Cuts about 45 minutes off the trip. Still easier to go through Lowville to get to Utica, or down 81 to Syracuse, but Rome is pretty quick down the county roads.
This post was edited by Bret4207 at 05:58:34 07/25/14.
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