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Old 02-14-2019, 08:26 AM   #1
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this lady has something very big to brag about.bad dog
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Oh yeah. Is she going from a Ms. to a Mrs. ?
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haha... unlikely. I got a fellowship to do ag research overseas later this year. Figured I might as well do something crazy while I still can.
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haha... unlikely. I got a fellowship to do ag research overseas later this year. Figured I might as well do something crazy while I still can.
Congrats Miss Belle hope it leads you to a big time reward!
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Congrats to you!!! Sounds like a great learning experince.
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I hope you have a Great Time and come back safe. You will gain a appreciation of Home here in the old USA.
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Hope you have a great time and can enjoy yourself as well, please ask this question for many of us. How are the other countries dealing with Farting Cows?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Enjoy and come home safe
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Thanks guys, still planning but right now have Singapore, Indonesia, Japan, France and Canada on the agenda for this summer. Will probably do a European tour in the fall and hopefully Aus/NZ in the spring. Sure gonna miss those bird dogs of mine, hopefully they forgive me for leaving them with grandma....
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Thanks guys, still planning but right now have Singapore, Indonesia, Japan, France and Canada on the agenda for this summer. Will probably do a European tour in the fall and hopefully Aus/NZ in the spring. Sure gonna miss those bird dogs of mine, hopefully they forgive me for leaving them with grandma....
Not sure they will forgive you but they might put you in the "dog house"
Enjoy I will travel to South Dakota!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Are you telling them what to do or are they telling you? And why do you have to learn anything from them? This will be very interesting. We teach them how to do something as we do it, they do it at a cheaper cost and that hurts U.S. farmers when selling their products.. We've been very good at doing things that hurt our agriculture farmers. Just my opinion.
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Are you telling them what to do or are they telling you? And why do you have to learn anything from them? This will be very interesting. We teach them how to do something as we do it, they do it at a cheaper cost and that hurts U.S. farmers when selling their products.. We've been very good at doing things that hurt our agriculture farmers. Just my opinion.
I've read this half a dozen times and I'm struggling to understand why you think we, as Americans, as farmers, as conservationists, can't learn from others? I hope I'm misunderstanding.
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I've read this half a dozen times and I'm struggling to understand why you think we, as Americans, as farmers, as conservationists, can't learn from others? I hope I'm misunderstanding.
You aren't. just pray for 14Ducks, very negative person who needs some light in his life.
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