Curious as to what your winter grain pricing is

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  1. oldnotdead

    oldnotdead Grizzled Veteran

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    So as I mentioned I lay down WR over plots for a filler and spring green up. That's with some WW plots for the turkey. It's just the right height for hiding poults while providing great bugging and seed late summer .
    Well I stopped to pick up a bag of rye and just before they ran the card I said how much?
    Wow!!!!! I don't think so, 40.00 a 50# bag! 18.00 last year . What's WW? 12.00. OK I suppose I could change and disc up another plot or Two I'll take a 100#s...sorry we don't have any...lol
    So curious what prices are you seeing?
     
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    I just paid $12 a bag for winter rye.

    So I paid $192 for 800#.
     
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    Bought a bushel of rye and oats the other day.
    17.00
     
  4. oldnotdead

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    Ya that's what I thought. WTH! I walked out of the store with zero product after saying ,well now I don't need any fertilizers either...thanks​
     

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