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  • Birthday 11/27/1965

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  1. Looking to trade the 98 foreman for a new Rincon or rubicon, any suggestions?
  2. I tried 2 acres of food plots with an atv years ago, and it was real frustrating. You will hit wet spots, even the slightest incline makes things tough. I purchased a farmall Cub for this now and do not have the headaches.
  3. Have a hard time believing you obtained it in 6 days, what county? I will apply there!
  4. I am lucky living in southern Minnesota and have Cumberland's Northwest Trappers Supply near and can sell them right away. I have sold most animals on the carcass and only get docked a couple bucks. Not worth my time skinning.www.nwtrappers.com
  5. Not that my gun matters Remington 700 22-250, but i put a Swift 6x18x44 on and it was reasonably priced. Model 669, I have shot several yotes at night without good lighting and good snow cover. It has done really well for me in all conditions and I have attached the sun shade for day time.
  6. I was out last weekend near Webster Perch and walleye fishing and we spoke to several parties from Nebraska that were up Northern fishing at the hotel. I know this lake is South of Roy and South of Webster but they were fishing Antelope. They were tearing em up on that lake, they told us they had several fish 8-12 lbs.
  7. GG, regardless of the market you are not going to sell your beef to your customers for a loss. All of my repeat customers year after year are happy to pay the price to cover the cost of the corn my cattle are fed. If the customer is satisfied by the product and knows where is raised they will pay. Your market report does not represent the country price on cattle, it is a local price and varies.
  8. Might want to follow up with this info. Jut found it on the NHTSA's HSOforum. Typo on ACC's info page) NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 05E052000 Summary: CERTAIN 2005 ACC EXT-001 EXTENDED HALF SHELL MODEL MOTORCYCLE HELMETS FAIL TO CONFORM TO THE PENETRATION, ATTENUATION, AND LABELING REQUIREMENTS OF FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARD NO. 218, MOTORCYCLE HELMETS. Consequence: IN THE EVENT OF A CRASH, THE WEARER MAY NOT BE ADEQUATELY PROTECTED AND COULD POSSIBLY SUFFER SERIOUS INJURIES OR EVEN DEATH. Remedy: ACC WILL NOTIFY ITS CUSTOMERS AND REPAIR THE NONCOMPLIANCE HELMETS FREE OF CHARGE. THE
  9. Most legal half helmets need to be DOT certified, and this make them bulky. I bought a half German shell helmet in Sturgis last year to pass the states that require helmets. I looked at allot of half helmets and all seemed so bulky. Good luck!!
  10. Being a livestock nutritionist most of the cost to the customer is based on what the cattle is fed, some raise beef on free choice hay, others want top quality marbleized meat have the steers on full feed and throw them 3-5 pounds of hay a day per head. Cattle are grazers and would rather eat hay then grain. Cost comes from the corn that is fed verses hay. Most corn raised beef is going to cost more, and it all depends on the weight of the animal. The optimum weight for butchering is #1250 but most farmers want them bigger to make more.
  11. Mine is approximately 5 years old and does not have the door. Otherwise real good shape with a few small holes half the size of a dime. I can text you some pics if want.
  12. Mine is approximately 5 years old and does not have the door. Otherwise real good shape with a few small holes half the size of a dime. I can text you some pics if want.
  13. Have used this for a year now and will not buy dry batter again. Take seasoned croutons and run through food processor till ground fine and use as you would any other dry batter.
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