Jogeephus wrote:I then left the mower dealer and dropped by the co op to pay my fertilizer bill.
cow pollinater wrote:I'd like to invite you out here to sunny CA. You'd be ready to kill yourself before the month was over. On top of the feds we get state and then county government regulations and there's not an intelligent soul in the bunch. When an intelligent person goes to work for the county they get spotted and hired by private industry in pretty short order.
Crazy Farmgirl wrote:There is a quick fix for the "splash gaurd" problem in the tanks. Pull the guard out and drill several holes about 2" down from the top. On our Ferris you must put the gaurd back in or the cap won't seal but the Scag we simply left it out. Was told by Ferris that it was to force you to slowly fill the tank and would stop overfilling and causing spills.
Jogeephus wrote::D Good move. I find it ironic that the Occupy the Farm bunch is taking a stab at Whole Foods. Its almost as if they are saying Whole Foods is not green enough. I, like Ron Swanson, would much rather visit a Whole Foods Market than visit a zoo. My son's room mate is a liberal greenie and he is continually jumping on every Occupy Whatever he can. At the moment, this kid and a few others are boycotting a large grocery chain because they are buying tomatoes from a farm that uses immigrants to pick the tomatoes and the workers are in the field at sunrise. Imagine that. Starting your day before it gets hot. They are also upset that these workers must work in the weather where there is no A/C. They think this is inhumane. This kid's view of the world and agriculture is so screwed up. He has some strange views on cattle prodution as well. Apparantly we torture them and butcher them while they are still alive. My son is having a field day with this nut and confuses him with facts. Apparantly they don't like facts. Makes them angry. But if they want to debate, they best find someone other than my son cause he is sharp as a tac and has a lots of science and practical agriculture knowledge under his belt so they won't be converting him.
Jogeephus wrote:I don't know what soybean farmers did before the internet. How in the world did they know what they were planting.
Workinonit Farm wrote:Jogeephus wrote:I don't know what soybean farmers did before the internet. How in the world did they know what they were planting.
I know I'm grateful for the internet, it has made me feel so good, like winning the lottery, I've been shown by the internet that all those years I was just so lucky to have guessed correctly the difference between the seeds of corn, soybeans, lettuce, beets, clover etc. 'cause they all look alike!
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