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Posted 11/23/2012 09:32 (#2712157 - in reply to #2711990)
Subject: Re: glad you aren't my neighbor ~

central - east central Minnesota -

jonas grumby - 11/23/2012 06:45 why didn't you go harvest the corn as soon as guy called and said hey you should come and combine the corn? Why didn't you at least go and look at the field when you were told there were cows out in the field. If I was called and told there were cows in my field I sure as heck would have been there in the next 30 minutes (figure I could drive the 20 miles in 30 min) but you decide to not go and look at the field for 4 days? Your combine breaking down is not landlords problem. What would the corn have yielded if you would have combined it and hour after the landlord called? I say any damage done after an hour after landlord called is as much on you as on the landlord. The moisture is 14.5%. Surely you could have combined it earlier.

Nice counter point, and could be argured your way . . . .
I'm kind of glad you are not my neighbor though . . . . .

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