Glenn Stanford

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Hello everyone, I went to our local national resources conservation service and got the paperwork for the Small Ruminant farmers initiative program.
Unfortunately the quota has been met for 2018 but was told to go ahead and file because they may get more money before the year is up. So just a note to let everyone know I am not in the nut Hospital yet.
One question that I can't find a answer to is, I have about 200 loblolly pine seedlings I just set out, they are for the Grandchildren but will goats or sheep eat the? Anyone know?
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Glenn Stanford

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Say it ain't so Joe. Oh No!! Just finished setting them out today, I guess if I get the money to build the fences the they will be about 25-30 feet inside the perimeter fence that has county roads on two sides. Sure hate to lose that land and these fences are to Federal specs very heavy duty. Well that's about my lunch.
Thanks for the reply, just not what I wanted to hear.
 

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Nuthin' like tender young evergreens to a ruminant. as stated, they're like candy.
 

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