Getting food plots done!

Jhlawson80

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chadbragg

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RR it's a inside joke. I tried getting him to come get my wheeler with the spreader, but he opted to take his pull behind and it broke 1st thing.

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OHHHHHH Well I will be wanting a spreader next year. My buddy just got one for 100 bucks and he unloaded 100 pounds of fertilizer in less than 5 minutes and it woulda taken me an hour
 

chadbragg

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Yeah I have the moultie on my wheeler. Spreaders are the way to go for sure!

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Jhlawson80

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Yeah I just saw this. Chad we right, he did and we had to do it by hand. Can't complain though. It's first of November and plots look real good.


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