Wondering what all of you think is a fair price either per acre or per head per day price for cornstocks, wheat fields, or whatever is available in your area beings feedstuff prices are so much higher than they have been historically?
CAB said:I was just curious about the price of afterfeed in other areas. When I was a kid I used to be a scalper. I would buy pairs in the fall out of sale barns when all of the local farmers were harvesting. I could get all of the stalk fields that I needed for fixing fence. That was B4 the invention of roundup, no-till farming, and all of the extension land grant experts were telling everyone that you should not have cows packing your ground. Thing s change. I have been offered stalks for $.35/cow/day, which is cheap enough, but I don't like fencing any better today than 30 years ago. I think that I could get stalk ground rented for $5.00/ acre otherwise. Rule of thumb for stalking rates is 5 acres/cow/month. Common Sense, I think I'll just stop in one day for some of your Torani Raspberry Syrup, whipped cream, with raspberry sprinkles. Keep the cupboard stocked, I'm a very short notice kind of guy. I know that crazy JR. Pauley well. Have you ever heard about him?LOL.