Dear friend Mr.Grant Hildabrand Sb.
I collected information about this tree from Forest Department.
Tree name: Purpukk
It’s only found in Jahlawans’s lower tract 400km away from Karachi towards North.The forests are available on the main RCD high way starts from Wadh are and spreaded over 6460000 acres in the Khuzdar District Balochistan. It’s a forest tree with knopy of 40 sq.ft erect branching wood used in manufacturing furniture.
It has four varieties classification… Continue
Added by Mashooq odhano on January 31, 2010 at 12:28am —
Wednesday 27th – My day began with my laptop open at home. I moved some feed to a new customer in Sheridan, Missouri and got his load lined up for tomorrow. I planned on spending the day with our nutritionist. He text early this morning and said the battery was dead on his vehicle. Needless to say we didn’t get together as early as anticipated, but finally met in Treynor mid-morning. While waiting for Steve I went and drove through a barnyard of a gentleman having a farm sale on Saturday. He… Continue
Added by Brady Smith on January 29, 2010 at 4:50pm —
Monday 25th – The wind howled last night all night and snow blew everywhere. I left for work short of 7 and it took a little longer to get to work with the road conditions. The weekend went very smooth and today went quickly at work. I visited with dad on my way home and stayed in for the evening.
Tuesday 26th – It is cooling off again in SWI. The wind quit blowing….it is just cold again. I went to the office for the day. Dana got back from his honeymoon and was getting back in the… Continue
Added by Brady Smith on January 27, 2010 at 7:21am —
Saturday 23rd – I went to the farm to help dad do chores. The weather is warm and the snow is melting causing a muddy mess everywhere. It warmed up enough that dad was able to scrape the concrete in front of the bunks which helped tremendously in the lot. While he moved mud and manure I feed the cows, calves, and bulls. Before I went home, dad and I put a door on the crib back on track and adjusted the height accordingly. I went home, got cleaned up, and Melis, Marcus and I headed toward… Continue
Added by Brady Smith on January 25, 2010 at 11:20am —
Wednesday 20th – I headed toward Nodaway around 6 am. The roads were pretty crummy and ice is stuck to everything. I called Jim around 9 and he was able to make it out to chore. David hadn’t been there yet to put hay out for us, but he must have made it sometime in the morning because on my way home the cows had the feeder surrounded. It seems like the fog just won’t go away. It would be nice to see the sun. I received a call today from M Hammer with devastating news. Alan S is a friend from… Continue
Added by Brady Smith on January 25, 2010 at 11:19am —
Does anybody else on this site have a vegetable or meat CSA of their own? We, my Dad and I, have participated in a couple multi-farm CSA's for the past couple of years, but we decided to start our own single farm CSA this year. Any suggestions on how to estimate number of plants you need? We are used to raising enough veg. for 4 Farmers Markets and have been descent on estimating the amount needed each year for that, but this is a different animal to tackle.
Added by Chad Heveline on January 24, 2010 at 4:30pm —
What’s the perfect recipe for chili? Some like it with corn, others put in chickpeas, yet others crave spaghetti noodles in it. Personally I add herb cornbread biscuits on top of my chili. Different recipes fit different tastes. The same is true for social media; some will love the spice and fast pace of Twitter, while others enjoy the sweetness of Facebook. Yet others find YouTube to be the special sauce – and even go so far as to shoot video from the tractor and upload from their phone since… Continue
Added by Michele Payn-Knoper on January 24, 2010 at 3:11pm —
Monday 18th – Went to the office. We had a staff meeting in the morning and a sales meeting in the afternoon. Needless to say the day went very quickly. I checked the livestock on the home place on my way home. I noticed some runny noses in the calves. I will let Jim know to start feeding Oreomicin tomorrow to try to clean the calves up. Everything else seemed ok. I talked to dad this evening. He said Jim is nervous about yanking the cow’s hay trailer out of the lot. I told him I will head to… Continue
Added by Brady Smith on January 20, 2010 at 1:14pm —
Saturday 16th – I headed over to mom and dad’s around 7 to help feed the cows and calves. The alley we feed on was a mess and feels like it is going to tear the front axle right out from under the 806. Chores go pretty quick when there are two of us there……I wish it could be that way every day. I visited with dad for a while about the home-front when he is gone. I wasn’t thrilled with the help he has lined up to do chores when he is gone…..I have nothing against the hired help sitting in a… Continue
Added by Brady Smith on January 20, 2010 at 8:21am —
Wife leaped out of bed at 5AM... She though she heard the baby choking. She was dreaming. I could not get back to sleep.
I sold another 40% of the 2010 crop this morning at 4.022 on the DEC CBOT. Why u ask?
1. I only had about 30% of my corn sold for 2010
2. The Republican win in Mass may change the out look on the dollar as we will need l to print less money if some fiscal conservatism comes to Washington
3. China- they have been very good at hiding the massive… Continue
Added by K2 on January 20, 2010 at 6:28am —
Wednesday 13th – I had a long day of driving. I started by heading to King City, Missouri for another Beef Conference meeting. I heard the same topics and speakers as Lewis, but was able to network with a couple cattle producers from Missouri. I ate lunch and headed to Holton, KS for the last of the meetings. Once again, the same 4 speakers covered the same topics…..a couple speakers were beginning to wonder how long it takes me to learn! They were kidding and I met many good cattle producers.… Continue
Added by Brady Smith on January 19, 2010 at 6:30am —
Happy new year! My wife and I cleaned the office on new years day and a few days following and I found the computer again. catching up on a lot of email. January has been busy getting two turkey barns ready for birds. We have also been spreading manure on the fields on these really cold days that sucks to be outside. Good news for the turkey growers this year with West Liberty Foods, we will be back into full production again this year since the plant recieved three huge orders just before… Continue
Added by Tye Wesley Rinner on January 18, 2010 at 9:14pm —
"A hundred times every day I remind myself that my inner and outer life are based on the labors of other men, living and dead, and that I must exert myself in order to give in the same measure as I have received and am still receiving."
--Albert Einstein Continue
Added by Michael on January 18, 2010 at 10:29am —
any one from NY state on here? Continue
Added by Glen Kilcer on January 17, 2010 at 7:34pm —
The New Year starts off with hope of improved profitability and less volatility… OK, I said ‘hope’.
Russia’s implementation of stricter standards for chlorine residues on poultry products has caused a major wrinkle in ongoing trade. Still a concern is what will happen to the tons of product in the pipeline when the new regs went into effect. We talked with representatives of the… Continue
Added by John Blue on January 15, 2010 at 6:38pm —
Happy New Year! Hopefully 2010 will be extremely prosperous and successful for you. We at DairyCast resolve to continue to bring you the information and solutions you need to enhance your profitability. Let me know how we can help you on a daily basis by sending me a note
We are excited to share a three part series with you focusing on… Continue
Added by John Blue on January 15, 2010 at 6:33pm —
I have just started and will have a small vineyard and vegetable farm. I know I'm not on the scale (17 acres) with the majority here but am interested in making friends and learning. My place is in Frogeye, Maryland and started with scrub pines and have done most of the clearing and building myself while keeping my full time job.
Are there groups in the same situation or other areas where I can participate to learn about the pitfalls so I don't make the same mistakes others may have been… Continue
Added by Jim Burton on January 15, 2010 at 4:35pm —
Anyone in the Connecticut area that work a team of mule for plowing, harrowing, skidding logs ......... ?
Added by Michael Wells on January 13, 2010 at 5:40pm —
11th - I headed to work early to catch up from being snowed in at home the tail end of last week. Melis called a little after 8. Our dog Gertie didn’t come through her surgery so well….things don’t look so good. Not a great way to start a Monday. I got caught up with some feed loads for Friday. It was another learning day at the office. Have meetings at the ISU Armstrong Research Farm tomorrow, Missouri and Kansas on Wednesday.
12th – Went to work early…..lined up a few trucks before… Continue
Added by Brady Smith on January 12, 2010 at 9:31pm —
My husband and I are older, but new farmers starting out in Michigan. We hope to be self sufficient at least in 2010, as well as starting to sell our produce. Any other Oldies but Newies out there ??
Added by Cindy Stanley on January 12, 2010 at 10:33am —