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How much lower do you think feed prices will go?

Grain markets have dropped the past week.  How much lower can they go?Anyone booking feed out and for how long? Continue

Started Jan 17, 2012

I think I need a car gps...any advice?
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Hi Everyone Just returned from a 3 day trip and once again I am aggravated by my poor map reading/navigation. I'm thinking about getting one of those gps for the car. What do I need to know. Heard…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jacqui Laporte Feb 23, 2010.

 

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At 9:36pm on April 8, 2010, Wayne Black said…
Thanks for posting about the OASC town hall mtg!
 
 
 

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