I have so many here and they are in everything. Plant sweet corn and they destroy it as soon as it gets ready to eat. I put corn in my crib and they destroy it. Opened the door on the crib one time and there and I counted 6 young coons in there.
Years ago on my other farm I filled the barns...
I am right there with you on a good burger.
I can cook a good steak but they cost too much. We only have steak around here if we have a birthday and whoever's birthday it is they can choose what is cooked.
Seems like when turkeys first came around here they just multiplied like crazy. I had silage in a bed to feed my cattle and they would find it every year. I would look out and turkey would be all around , on top and in the pile digging out corn. All the fields here would have turkeys scattered...
This is the only place I could find with info. It is not listed on Auctionzip.
Looks like three rings. Pick a ring and look at pictures of what they have.
That is nothing compared to the past. They tore my silage pile all to pieces.
I had a acre Cerel Rey planted behind my house and three acres of wheat where the picture was taken. The fields was destroyed before dove season. The dove did their share along with deer.
Looks like a ford 2000 gas. I would pull the plugs and fill with a thin oil and maybe mixed with diesel.
If the engine is stuck. After soaking the engine, Park it on a bank in high gear and take a truck or tractor and pull it a little so it rocks back and forth.
I don't know what the big deal is about farm diesel. It has a dye in it and new road trucks that has the diesel used in them will void the warranty. I would not see new truck owners using farm diesel because of the warranty but in trucks with no warranty, who knows.