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lincolnlocker

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Last nights mess, not my car. His buddy actually went in the ditch right after him. They were speeding down the road, he missed the turn and then the buddy slid around the corner and went in the ditch sideways slowly. 4x4 Ram pickup. He tried like hell to get out and probably did more damage than if he was just extracted in place. They are lucky that the truck didn’t drive over the top of the car. The rock was on the side of the ditch, not in the field. View attachment 181010
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Holy crap. That rock took a bad hit.
 

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Makes cheapish roughage for beef cows. The other advantage is reducing the amount of stalks on the surface for the following year.
Corn stalks also make great bedding for cows that stay in the barn. It’s hard on the baler. Lot of dirt is in the corn stalks. Taking corn stalks off a field cleans it up but ur taking a lot potash that would go back in the soil.
 

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Corn stalks also make great bedding for cows that stay in the barn. It’s hard on the baler. Lot of dirt is in the corn stalks. Taking corn stalks off a field cleans it up but ur taking a lot potash that would go back in the soil.
And for the price of stalk bales or soybean stalks, it doesn't pencil out. Especially this year!
 

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A gem!!
 

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