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    New Member TexasKaren's Avatar
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    Default Another newbie

    Hi All,

    I've finally decided to join in the conversations after lurking for over a year
    I have 12 acres 7 miles west of Smithville, TX and 12 miles south of Bastrop. I own a JD 3320 with a Bush Hog Squealer 160. So far I've spent most of my time cleaning up the property... trimming trees, repairing fences, mowing 3 ft high pasture, etc.

    I've already learned alot from TBN and look forward to learning more

    Karen
    Last edited by TexasKaren; 05-14-2011 at 07:56 PM.

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    Welcome to TBN.
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    Default Re: Another newbie

    Welcome to TBN!

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    Default Re: Another newbie

    Welcome , going to have any critters on your property or going to stick with the horse power under that green hood ? Were you near the wild land fires ?
    'Master of a thousand indispensable skills destined to keep him at the poverty level'

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    New Member TexasKaren's Avatar
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    Default Re: Another newbie

    Fortunately, not anywhere near the fires!

    I hope to eventually get some critters besides our 3 dogs, deer, wild turkeys, the neighbors' cows, horses and mules, and feral hogs that are destroying what little front yard I have.

    Karen

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    Welcome, You mean your not eating hog meat?
    Okay, Legal disclaimer: Old but not senile, definitely do not have the answer to everything!

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    New Member TexasKaren's Avatar
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    Default Re: Another newbie

    For some reason it just doesn't sound appetizing ;-D

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