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custom harvesting rates for 2012

does anyone have any idea what harvest rates will be for this coming season
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post #2 of 34 (permalink) Old 02-03-2012, 10:55 AM
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tell me how the weather is and what fuel will be on that day and I'll tell you a price!!! Lol
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I think three 12's should do it!!
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I think maybe everyone will be happy with three 12's
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I wouldn't be! But I'm sure the customer would!
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I think maybe everyone will be happy with three 12's
I have 6200 acres to cut this summer will you sign a contract at that price ? Looking for a guy like you, do you have supporting equipment too ?
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I talked to a few elevators and heard 3 18's to 3 22's all depends on fuel prices i spose.
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if I'm buying the fuel my machines won't be running for 3 18s. I'm afraid those days have come and gone . I wish we could still cut for 3 12s. I think everyone made money in those days. Lol
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I'd guess you'll see on the low end in extreme cases 17's in a few places and could possibly see as high as 23/24's I would guess.

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Yeah when i heard 3 18's i couldnt figure out how someone can pencil that out either.
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