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webfoot

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Yesterday it just barely beat 70. A little sprinkle in the morning. Fairly good thunder storm in the evening. All together we got about 0.1 inch of rain. Today it is 75 and a beautiful day.
 

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Yesterday it just barely beat 70. A little sprinkle in the morning. Fairly good thunder storm in the evening. All together we got about 0.1 inch of rain. Today it is 75 and a beautiful day.
We finally got more rain than you! Probably got close to 1/2"! Very little on the leased place though. Glad we got the rain as it was lightning like crazy last night.

Bummer about the skunk MC
 

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We finally got more rain than you! Probably got close to 1/2"! Very little on the leased place though. Glad we got the rain as it was lightning like crazy last night.

Bummer about the skunk MC
I just talked to Levi. He was up on Lookout horse back yesterday. Said he got soaked twice. What was a little sprinkle here in the morning was more than that up on the mountain. Then the big one in the evening he was still up there.
 

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We can't plant wheat around here until after the first freeze.The army worms are terrible and will eat up your sprouts before you can get there to spray.If you do get it up to 4-6 inches they will find it sooner than later.
 

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My dad always said Dust in wheat and mud in oats. This year I am sowing beardless Triticale. Triticale is one tough hardy forage.....
 
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