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    Took a Drive

    Which brings me to ask you, have you ever read "the people who live at the end of dirt roads"? It's really good. By Lee Pitts. It's not very big, we have it and I have to re-read it every once in awhile. https://www.amazon.com/People-Who-Live-Dirt-Roads/dp/0966633415 P.S. I just noticed a HUGE...
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    Liz Cheney

    They are birds of a feather. I think Mittens will be the next to go. I hope so. Friends in Utah say it is the big cities that elected him. Like you, rural Utah can't stand him. No surprise there. And to think I voted for him over Obama. He blew it in the third debate when he wouldn't go after...
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    Liz Cheney

    Stripped of her leadership role. She deserved to be. She not only turned her back on the people of WY, she turned her back on America. I really wasn't sure the GOP would have the guts to do this. YAY for them. Now if Elise Stefanik will vote Conservative values, that should help. At this point...
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    Took a Drive

    I would like that! We are similar. Plains to the east, mountains to the west. When we lived in SW Mt it took some getting used to mountains all around. I was glad when I could see again. But then I got used to the mountains all around, but we came back to WY it was mountains on the west...
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    Question on fertilizing hay meadows

    Called today to see about the fertilizer. Of course, the price went up and they are having trouble getting product. They wanted to send a spreader/cart with us that doesn't have a tarp. 🤣 25 miles away and no tarp.🤣 Mr. FH said "no thanks. We will wait for a tarp." So now it is $553/ton for...
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    What's the weather like at your place?

    It keeps freezing here. 28 degrees early in the mornings. Frost on the yard grass. Nothing is growing. We got some moisture, mostly we got wind. SE MT did get some moisture, though it was spotty. Heard from a tenth to .65. That .65 will get something growing, but they have had wind too. I heard...
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    Livestock Auction Website

    Mr. FH doesn't have one either, and he doesn't want one. He really doesn't care to have a flip phone except it's handy when he wants to call.....me.....🤣😂🤣 I have a message on it for those who call him not to leave a message because he will never call you back, but I do leave my number to call...
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    Question on fertilizing hay meadows

    So that would be what you are thinking would be the best to try. It's getting to be time to apply it, so maybe a soil test would have to wait til fall. Thinking we should take our chances now. It is raining now, but things are slow coming because it's been so cold. 28 degrees this morning...
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    Livestock Auction Website

    🤣😂 Ranching is a lot different that buying a boat or a vehicle. You would be surprised at the amount of livestock bought AND sold on the internet. Look up Superior Livestock, Northern Livestock, just to name a couple. Cattle are sold there on scheduled times throughout the season. Cattle are...
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    More liberal genius

    As if they know it all 🤬 and the BLM knows nothing. Problem is, Biden and crew knows nothing about it either.
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    Question on fertilizing hay meadows

    No need. I can wait. Appreciate the help. Have a good sleep. Tell the Mrs. Happy Mothers Day tomorrow.
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    Question on fertilizing hay meadows

    🤣😂🤣 Ya think??? I don't think so. We are illiterate when it comes to things like this. I'm already confused. I can really confuse him. We better stick to granular and a spreader. Unless I'm missing something.
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    Question on fertilizing hay meadows

    Thanks Webfoot. I found what we used in 2018. They called it 70-10-10. Here is the breakdown. This might solve what went into it. Urea 46-0-0 2370# MAP (whatever that is-Phos apparently) 11-52-0 310# POT 0-0-62 270# The charge was $478/ton applied at 183.5# per acre. We got more...
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    Question on fertilizing hay meadows

    Running the numbers, just the numbers, the 70=10-10 would cost less to use, if the numbers the guy gave me are correct. I can't understand how it could be $200/ton less. Plus he said 184#/acre.
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    Question on fertilizing hay meadows

    Guess what???? We have one!! Mr. FH just used one yesterday to go over the meadows and it took out a bunch of old grass. He will go over everything with it. Not sure what brand it is, but it seems to be a good one. We bought it from a neighbor selling out. THANKS for the link!!
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    Oregon

    I'd help....but I'm not in Oregon. Wishing you all the best of luck tho. The time of waiting for someone else to do something is past. Time to step up and the more that step up, the better. Oregon is in dire staits.
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    Livestock Auction Website

    Oh yea, we've known about that for years.
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    Had a sale...

    Lucky you!! I bet you would really enjoy it.
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    Question on fertilizing hay meadows

    Boy, you are fast today!! Thanks for the link. I'll show that to he-who-makes-the-decisions. 😁 But I'll put in my 2-cents🤣 ....I think something like that would be of great value.
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    Question on fertilizing hay meadows

    So what blend are you thinking? 27-13-13 or 70-10-10. Or the original 37-12-0? Give me a range that you recommend and I'll see how close to that I can come up with. Thanks everyone for your patience and input.
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