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mytfarms

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Running a machine for Dad now
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Little MYT is a bonafide not skeered cowgirl
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She likes the big machines too
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And hay hauling
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Did a little farmin’
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Afraid this wheat won’t be worth much without a snow
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My big orange truck
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House I set for a young farmer East of us
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New pony filling out. She’s just 3
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Thanks for the photo update. That little girl is growing up fast.
In a former life I ran a truck mounted National 36 ton very similar to the one you are operating. It was mounted on the truck the other way around though. It was good work.
 

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Thanks for a glimpse into your new life. Your little girl is the cutest!! Like your horses, too. Can't talk about your machinery, because I don't know
much about that, but that is a pretty big orange truck! (pretty?--see I don't even know how to talk about trucks. Handsome? Is that what you call a big orange truck?) :LOL: ;)
Do you live in Colorado around your family now? How about some COW photos????
Glad you are doing so well.
 
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Thanks all!

Haven’t owned a cow since April I’m afraid. Dad has a few purebreds left, but I have been out of it since we moved and have been trying to get better situated financially. The horse is a nice distraction in the meanwhile.

Crane work is good work Silver. Seems to pay better and more steady than my agricultural enterprises. Good place to be with two little ones.

FH we do live in CO on my folk’s place actually. Housing is very expensive, waiting to purchase
 

leanin' H

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Take your time. Debt is never a fun load to carry. I’m living proof that a guy can have a full time job and still find a way to have cattle. Sure didn’t happen overnight. Keep your priorities on your family and make sure the cows aren’t tied to your home. That’s my advice sir. But it is free and worth half that.
 

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Good to hear from you and glad that little MYT is doing so well, is the littlest a girl or boy?
 

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LH, fortunately with that Covid kick in from Donald J Trump, we’re now debt free. Getting rid of cows and cleaning up life expenses really helped in that regard.

Of course, we have no assets either, but I suppose considering the debt against the livestock we are probably further ahead now. Trying to stay patient and play that long financial game.

Nicky, good to see you’re around yet! The youngest is also a bouncing blue eyes blonde haired little girl. Currently she is raising cane about her new teeth coming in. 2 on the bottom so far.
 

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