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re: Looking for advice: Metal building or Metal barn - subMOA
Mallet just finished mine as well- 40x52 (12' wing on one side)- poured the concrete on Friday. 100% first class from start to finish- their process is flawless. ...
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re: Sugarcane Farmland Lease Rate? - subMOA
Not really, the US is the 2nd largest importer of sugar in the world- so, the USDA controls the imports, inflating the US domestic price (sometimes world and US price gets close, but rarely). The cost to produce in the US is the highest in the world, and since there are no direct payments to the...
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re: Sugarcane Farmland Lease Rate? - subMOA
On the bayou, you'll get 20% There is a trend to cash rent cane ground, you can get $75/acre. Depending on how you negotiate, you can let the farmer have it rent free for a period, but have them do improvements to the land for you. $200-250/ac is common in the Midwest for corn ground. ...
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re: More companies join Patagonia in exit from Outdoor Retailer show in SLC - subMOA
I just walked around and looked at EVERY single piece of Patagoina clothing and gear in this house and not a single one- well maybe the Tarpon hat I've had for about 10 years (the tag is illegible) - was made in China. Whether you agree with Yvon Chinouard's politics or not, you can't slam the...
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re: More companies join Patagonia in exit from Outdoor Retailer show in SLC - subMOA
You obviously know zero about Yvon Chinouard and Patagonia if you believe your statement to be true. ...
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re: Bought a new atv- junk? UPDATE page 4 - subMOA
Are you local to this dealer? Reason I ask is that, IMO, a local dealer will usually move mountains to make the customer happy. ...
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re: Is the Powerstroke 6.4 worth a flip with EGR delete? - subMOA
[quote]Get a GM gas. Much easier to shop for[/quote] Agree with Hammer and everything Downshift has said. I just bought (and have a need) for a 3/4 ton truck. Nothing was off the table- I got a 2500HD with a 6.0. Yeah, with the 4.11s it sucks gas pulling a trailer- 9-10 mpg. But on the...
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re: Yeti vs RTIC lawsuit settlement - subMOA
[quote]couldn't even come up with their own design. Steal it make millions pay a small fine and make more money. [/quote] Capitalism at it's finest. Even the storied Yvon Chiounard of Patagonia says in his book you are better of copying if the first guy comes out with something better. ...
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re: Zero turn mower recommendation - subMOA
You can get a Kubota Kommander series that comes from a real live dealership with real live service for right above your budget, but not by much. Check them out. ...
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re: Anybody own a Benelli M2? - subMOA
I have an M2 and turkeys, doves, and ducks have all fallen to it. I thought I may regret not having a 3 1/2" gun....never have really even missed that. In fact, with Remington HyperSonics two weeks ago in Arkansas, I knocked a spoonie out at about 60 yards- everyone in the blind was shocked. ...
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re: Thoughts on 2004 Chevy Silverado with 5.3L V8 - subMOA
Best truck I ever had was a '04 Z71. A friend of mine's son still has it- I believe it is knocking on 200k or so. Issues- Door Mode Indicator on the dual zone A/C went out Dash cluster- gauges go nuts- but there is a fix now Transfer Case- it needs a thrust washer or similar, over time t...
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re: Cocodrie - subMOA
Also, the 4 way canal intersection behind the marina is really deep- you'll likely see some people there- dropping on one if the sides as it comes up. ...
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re: Cocodrie - subMOA
Meaning the first marsh behind the marina. ...
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re: Cocodrie - subMOA
That marsh you can see from marina with the telephone poles- sneak in there, troll the bank, and score. ...
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re: Men's boots (manufactuers, comfort and look) - Update Page 7 - subMOA
Didn't look at the price- gotta buy local. But, I went back to my dirty arse truck and see they were $189. ...
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re: Men's boots (manufactuers, comfort and look) - Update Page 7 - subMOA
Huntin' season 'ol baw- damn thing is only 6 months old. ...
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re: Men's boots (manufactuers, comfort and look) - Update Page 7 - subMOA
In honor of this thread, I stopped at Bear Creek on the way home from my lease and got some Ariats. Haven't had Ariats in forever- man these are the most comfortable boots I think I've ever worn. OT wins again! [img]https://imgur.com/a/hUait[/img] ETA - don't know why my sweet pic from ...
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re: North Face is now for poors. Patagonia is trend of moment. Barbour for ballers - subMOA
[quote]You can't fault them for that. It was and still is a great business decision, but like all trends something else is going to replace the North Face trend. And it appears Patagonia will do just that. [/quote] You should really read "Let My People Go Surfing" to understand how far from the t...
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re: Fill dirt vs top Soil - subMOA
If you live close to a sugar mill- you can buy Wash Mud just like fill dirt. It's the little bit of dirt that gets washed off the cane before it goes into the mill. It's the best topsoil (because it is) you can get, and it's cheap- $3/yard loaded is about what it goes for. This is different...
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