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Posted 4/6/2021 06:41 (#8935979 - in reply to #8935928)
Subject: RE: Rocks in fields

Barry County, MI
We use rocks as a way to train kids how to work. Yesterday we had 11 apprenticed 6 that were getting through apprenticeship and 5 kids that were really soft it's going to take a lot of work for them kids. Hello yeah Wayne okay we'll probably get them this afternoon then thank you okay well that would be welcome to thank you bye more the merrier. That was our Amish crew checking in for after school learning and training. The amish kids don't need much training. We use them to mix them in with the soft English kids. You can still Shane kids. But the old folks are getting tired of picking rocks to we've got an 80 that we can finish in a couple days and will be darned glad it'll all get done. It's in barley and oats and Alfalfa and clover so it hasn't been hard pick for many years but that's what we do with rocks mostly training exercise for the Youth and wearing out the old. Catch you later Archie the boys from Texas sure put it on the West Coast last night didn't they .
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