ranchwife wrote:Oh MY!!! must make a copy of this one for the cowboy at home...more than once i have "escorted" him safely to his pillow and had to remind him of his actions the night before....more than once, also, he has proven he can be trusted with a boys' night out in a man starved community!! bless you for the reminder!!
Alabama wrote:Man starved community. Now that is my kind of place. Sort of like a bull in a pasture with 60 heifers all his own. Sounds like a lot of work but what a way to go. Please send directions and phone numbers of women looking for cowboys.
Mike wrote:I nitrated ryegrass yesterday. $250.00 PER TON! I remember fussing about going to $50.00 per ton.
Oldtimer wrote:Mike wrote:I nitrated ryegrass yesterday. $250.00 PER TON! I remember fussing about going to $50.00 per ton.
I may not have to worry about that this year- they're saying there is not much water for irrigation this year, unless things change drastically... No reason to put on fertilizer if you can't get the water on it- will just burn... So just think of the dollars I'm going to save......
Alabama wrote:Oldtimer I sure hope you get some good rain in your hay.
I put out N on my rye grass pastures last Friday and Saturday. I should start to jump now in a few days. The weather as been in the high 70's for the last week but a little cool today down in the 60's. I have been sleeping with the window open though. the yellow flowers are all out and the pear trees are solid white. Spring is just around the corner.
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