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Re: G.I. "parolees?" status
>In a message dated 7/28/01 9:07:31 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
>> (one layer of hay, one shitload, one layer
>> of hay, one shitload (they don't stack hay that way in Texas)...
>What was the shitload for? We stacked hay on the racks nothing but dried
>peanuts vines.. When that was dry the bayler came along and we had to put
>newly made bales into the loft of the barn. Still cant figure the Manure.
>Maybe to heat the vines and dry faster.
If you have ever been to Europe, you will find the farmers put all the
manure in a pile and after it has cured for a while they spread it on the
fields. Word of caution don't drive into the back of the manure spreader
with your jeep, duece and a half, or private car. Also don't follow too
closely when the farmer is moving from field to field. They layer it
with a pile of hay, a pile of manure and so on and it looks like a hay
stack to an unassuming Texas farm boy. Back in the 40s, not everybody
had a hay baler.
Word of caution don't drive into the back of the manure spreader with
your jeep, duece and a half, or private car. Also don't follow too
closely when the farmer is moving from field to field.
You can tell if you are in German or French oriented area by where the
"hay stacks" are. If it is behind the house, you are in German area. If
it is in front of the house you are in a French area.
In the case of Korea, they just put the stuff directly into the rice