Post by thefisherj on Jul 10, 2020 13:43:21 GMT -6
Its that time of year again, harvest is at full gear, got 5160 bushels of canola and 613.6 bushels of oats and 28 bales of straw, I sold 3,133 bushels of Soybeans for $38,321 and $9,580 goes to the silo loan, I did a second cut hay and silage i got 67 bales of hay and 49 bales of silage for the main cow farm to use and the loose silage was transferred to the large cattle farm. I did a bit of custom trucking work in Elkader IA for a farm called cliffy for $11,840 and helped out by driving the prototype 8rx they were testing for John Deere pulling a auger wagon to unload their 3 John Deere 790 combines. Now for the expensive buys, I bought the Vicon front and butterfly mowers from Bryan who runs welkers farm, and help runs the online dealer I have used which set me back $40,000 and the other item is a bourgault CD872-8 Seeder which was a ex demo which cost me $118,625, I sold 25 of the orginal Ayrshire cows for $24,562 which I put along with the $32,000 to buy 24 Limousins for total of $53,739 and sold $33,757 worth of Ayrshire calves.
Post by thefisherj on Jul 17, 2020 14:48:20 GMT -6
I got a New Holland CR10.9 on demo from the online dealer I have subscribed to their weekly newsletter and saw it was up for a demo unfortunately I cant afford it and its the wrong colour. I used my new Seeder to plant field 3, 7, 8 in canola and field 13 with oats. The John Deere 7310R has gone back to the dealer. I done a third cut silage with a total 116 bales of silage with 102 bales heading to the new bga that open that has a limit of 100 bales per customer, they allow a couple over. i sold all 5,160 bushels of canola for $241,820 and 343.74 tons of dry corn for $69,793 with $6,973 going to the drying company and $62,757 going to the silo loan. I sold 3 and 3/4 of tanks of milk to galt milk for $127,759 with $12,776 going to the milk man and a tank of milk to Churn milk for $33,491 and $3,349 going to the milkman and $30,000 goes to the large cattle farm loan. Sold the 16 winter Salers for $59,326 with a profit of $24,635.
Post by thefisherj on Jul 25, 2020 11:46:16 GMT -6
So I Bought a used John Deere 6250R with 64.6 hours on it and 3 years old, Sold all the silage bales to the bga for $110,160 and sold 4 trailers of slurry to the bga as well for $30,240. Sold 680 bushels of oats for $6,360 at Galt grain. sold 16 Ayrshire calves for $15,602 and more orginal Ayrshire adults for $15,876. Bought 16 Salers for $34,350, sold a tank and a half of milk to Galt milk for $58,578 and $5,858 goes to the milkman. paid the final casino debt payment this year which takes it under $100,000 and paid the loan down by $20,000 and paid $19,600 in interests. unfortunately my camera and drone got broken.
So I have bought a new John Deere 8RX 370 on a 4 year finance deal with $108,774 up front which leaves $293,601 which is split in 4 yearly payments of $73,401. I also bought a new cultivator for $100,000. Had a Samson Flex 23 on demo along with a John Deere telehandler on demo for a year. I sold a trailer of milk to Galt milk for $34,895 and $3,489 goes to the milkman, I sold the last 5 orginal Ayrshire cows for $5,622 and 17 Ayrshire calves for $17,099, sold the Limousins for $98,656 with a profit of $44,917. I have finally paid of the large cattle farm loan.
Post by thefisherj on Sept 12, 2020 9:13:29 GMT -6
The end of medicine creek
But not the blog
its been a hectic year, with my gran passing away, She had asked me in January to put the farm up for sale as my mum was consistently fighting that I was not the correct person to run it and didn't want me to have to fight through the courts to keep it in my name, she said what ever money she/I get will be mine, what to do, we know the debt of $940,000 Loan, and $60,000 personal and $60,000 farm casino debt. I finalised a sale deal for $2,000,000 for both farms with no tractors or livestock, which most of the tractors and equipment I sold off, I decided to sell off the livestock due to not knowing where I'm going to move. with all the grain and livestock sold off I had $1,058,282 with $15,000 x2 going to the casino debts and $18,800 paid off loan interest leaving me with $1,009,482.
Post by thefisherj on Sept 19, 2020 3:50:00 GMT -6
Welcome Millennial farms, Lowry, Minnesota
I have bought a Arable farm, in Minnesota for $2 million, I have brought over, The John Deere 8RX, 6250R, STS 60 combine, the Peterbilt 389, Bourgault Seeder, the Vicon fastbaler and mowers which I got the dealer to put the windrower attachment on and the degalman cultivator and of course the liazard TTHD flatbed pickup. with the $1,009,482, i bought a JD 9800 forager, John Deere 8320R, Brent avalanche 1596 grain cart and a hardi Navigator 6000 from a retirement auction which cost me $306,000, i bought a John Deere 2410 field plough, for $32,000 and a John Deere DB60 for $155,000 and with the first year payment for the 8rx of $73,401 being paid i have $443,081 left to spend, which I'll probably spend on building a Cow barn. I do have a TLX 2020 pickup on demo that can hold a salt spreader when it snows and also has a gooseneck attachment as well.
Post by thefisherj on Sept 23, 2020 12:12:40 GMT -6
Spent most of the season waiting for snow to melt, then it was a rush to lime, plough, fertilise, cultivate and plant field 3 (90ac) in Soybeans. luckily field 7(20ac) was easier just cultivate and plant in corn. I did hire another cultivator to speed up cultivating field 7. Bought a new logistic gooseneck flatbed trailer and a unverferth gooseneck seedrunner and i have a bright shiny red Massey Ferguson telehandler on demo for the year.
Post by thefisherj on Oct 12, 2020 11:54:09 GMT -6
managed to cut a field 1 which had grass for 72 silages bales and 113 and 80 hay bales of field 4. had a cow barn and a bale barn built which I used a bank loan of $365,000. I took a $178,000 loan out to buy 100 Holstein herd and bought 48 Brahman cows for $2,004 per head and $96,192 in total out of the farm capital. Finish fertilising the fields and sprayed of the weeds.
PrincessJessi: I am still here, working behind the scenes on something big! A new feature that will really grease the gears around here and keep the forum moving at all times.
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