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Hello fellow atf members. Merry Christmas! this is georgeky. been awhile since I was online. 2 years ago just a few days before Thanksgiving I had an anyurism burst in my brain which caused me to have a stroke and I was on deaths door for a while. luckily I lived and am OK now. my old puter also had a stroke but did not survive so I have been unable to participate on the forum until now. I am back online now and look forward to catching up a bit.
 

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Welcome back George glad to have you back and missed your posts as well.. any thing I can do let me know..
 

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Welcome back! :)
 

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Glad to see your back.....mike
 

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George , we are happy to have you back .
Good to hear from you and know you are better.
 

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Hi betty, I have really missed you. just sent a PM to Caseman telling him I couldn't wait to chat with you a bit. soon as I checked this post again lo and behold you had replied to it. of course I knew you would soon as you seen I was back. Merry Christmas To you and yours. hohoho.
 

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I have also missed you George. I am truly sorry to hear of your illness, but I am so thankful that you have mended and are here to share Christmas with us. I'll surely enjoy reading all your posts as you catch up :!:
 

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Hi Jim and JJ same as with bettyp, I knew you two fellers would say howdy soon as you noticed me lurking around I am plum tickled to be able to get back to the forum. Jim, that corn you sent me is some good stuff, makes good roasting ears as well as top notch chicken, hog, and cow feed. grows ears 14 or 15 inches long. I havn't chopped any of it for silage yet but should be good for that since the stalks get 15 feet tall.
 

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georgeky said:
Hi Jim and JJ same as with bettyp, I knew you two fellers would say howdy soon as you noticed me lurking around I am plum tickled to be able to get back to the forum. Jim, that corn you sent me is some good stuff, makes good roasting ears as well as top notch chicken, hog, and cow feed. grows ears 14 or 15 inches long. I havn't chopped any of it for silage yet but should be good for that since the stalks get 15 feet tall.
That corn is the kind that most all of the farmers in these parts grew before hybrids took over. I know of only a couple of folks that are still growing it. I do believe it would turn off a lot of silage if chopped, too. There has never been much corn chopped closeby. There have been a few dry seasons when the stalks were bailed though.
 

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Jim I hear from the older generation That that variety was also grown extensivly here in my part of Ky as well.My dad and uncle said it was so tall it was hard to shock with those ears so high on the stalk.
 

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Welcome back George!
Hi Ernie. I see you must have a Farmall H now. I have an original front end loader that fits an H. come over and look at it sometime. No it is not for sale but you will like it. Going to mount it on dad's old M one of these days.
 

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Hello and Welcome back George!!
Good to see you lurking around again. ;)
Merry Christmas!!!! to you and your family
 

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Welcome back George. Sorry to hear of your troubles but good to know you are fighting your way back. Merry Christmas....James
 

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petra79 said:
Good to see you George. Praise God you are healty and well. Sure do miss seeing them pictures of the meals you cook.
don't cook much anymore. I wound up with quite a bit of brain damage from the stroke and it effected my cooking worse than anything. least I am above ground. I have had two cuoisins that died of anyurisms. they all say I am just to dadblame contrary to die. I tellem I just ain't ready to go yet.got lots of tractor junk I need to find before I go.
 
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