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martin
Posted 11/24/2012 12:58 (#2714224 - in reply to #2713384)
Subject: RE: Clarifications......


"The contract states cows allowed on to graze stalks after harvest is complete and to be removed when we request in the spring to start farming. Nothing about damages, never thought it would be necessary but guess we were wrong."

Now, THAT's an interesting tidbit to convey.   Let's paint this scenerio.  Maybe you have already considered this angle, but I suspect others reading have not.  So, here it goes:   when the landlord called and asked you to bring the combine, he was NOT calling you to ask to get his cows out of your corn. He was NOT trying to limit your damage.  What he was really saying is: "My cows are out of pasture grass.  I have the right to graze my cows on the corn stalks, as soon as the corn is harvested.  So, get your combine here, so I can turn my cows in those cornstalks now, instead of having to feed them stored feed."   He wasn't wanting to get those cows off the field.  He was wanting access to the field, which was written into the contract.   

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