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Bert, didn't HayleyD tell you that you kin plant MORE on a crooked row than on a straight one :?: :idea:
 

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bettyp said:
Bert I just knew you got that sit down job. :lol: :lol:
Talent :?: :?: :?: or the only one that can operate the equipment :?: :?: :?: :eek:
 

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I just hope hayleyd doesn't try to imitate mom. No tractor wheelies please unless one is in pulling competition. :idea:
 

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I remember asking Mrs. Jim today if she knew where the onion smell was coming from. Now I know. :lol: Very Nice :!:
 

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Maybe he got the tiller for his birthday :?: ;)
 

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Pretty good deal Bert...getting left over plants and a tiller to use.
I have offered many times to let folks come and pick their own stuff free of charge, but they won't. I have offered harvested things free, but only to be told that they don't cook. Then they say, if you cook it for us we will take it. :shock: So now I share only with kin folks and elderly neighbors who cannot get out and do the work, but are still capable of cooking and enjoying .
 

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bertman said:
I run around with my hayrack once in a while with it full of stuff and give to people. If they offer money I donate it to my girls 4h group. But I hear you on how some people are :x
If they only knew the money and time involved :!: :!: Some people think you just buy a few seeds and its magic :lol:
And, this is a good one Bert, "Bring your tractor over sometime when you aren't using it and "fill in blank" for me." They think that doesn't cost farmers anything either. :shock:
 
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