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Old 07-21-2009, 07:37 PM
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Here's some pics of our farm in SE Indiana. A lot of work/fun this summer so far, I have had some success in some things and also learned lessons the hard way on some things. I am definitley happy though, and I'm finally seeing results with some big deer showing up. This property is definitely a blessing







Some of my sweet corn doing well so far. Some is doing ok, some is doing well. 2nd year growing sweet corn, I'm still learning


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Old 07-21-2009, 07:43 PM
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Some more pics..

Sunflowers




Future turnips. One of my stands is about 15 yards off that old atv trail



bottom of the property

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A nearby farmer has beans butting up against our property




Another part of the valley




View off the deck


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Nice looking farm
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Check your PMs Bowman. I can't tell if you got it or not.
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I must say nice lookin peace of land. It is a lot of work. But it is the kind of work that you would stand inline to do it.
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A nearby farmer has beens butting up against our property




Another part of the valley




View off the deck

how many acres of land do you have
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Old 07-25-2009, 02:50 PM
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Looks outstanding to me!!!
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Very Nice Pics
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Coonhunter--Only a little under 20 acres. The whole ridge that goes down to the valley and a pond, clover and corn, and pole barn on top. Not a big piece of ground but I wouldn't trade it for anything. Its nice because I'm surrounded by nothing but corn, soybeans, hay, and forest. Kinda like not wanting to trade 20 acres of prime land for 80 acres of ok land. (see trail camera forum if you wanna see whats running around). I feel very very blessed to be able to work on this land.

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