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Sep 08, 2021 23:49 as a reply to  @ post 19281298 |  #76

Given the appearance of the wooden buildings, the farm has been around for quite awhile.
Always like your 152 based pictures.


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Sep 09, 2021 00:46 |  #77

This child wrote in post #19281344 (external link)
Always like your 152 based pictures.

What do you mean by 152 based pictures? Probably showing my ignorance here.....


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Sep 09, 2021 07:45 |  #78

This child wrote in post #19281344 (external link)
Given the appearance of the wooden buildings, the farm has been around for quite awhile.
Always like your 152 based pictures.

Thank you very much! I thought the same thing, and it is interesting to see the collection of buildings.

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What do you mean by 152 based pictures? Probably showing my ignorance here.....

I think he means the plane. It's usually a Cessna 150, 152, or 172.




  
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Sep 09, 2021 09:24 |  #79

Not shot from a 150-152 -172. Taken from a PA-22-160. A couple miles East of where it was built.


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Sep 09, 2021 11:58 |  #80

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Not shot from a 150-152 -172. Taken from a PA-22-160. A couple miles East of where it was built.
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Sep 09, 2021 12:21 as a reply to  @ Capn Jack's post |  #81

You guys have all the fun.


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Sep 09, 2021 22:11 |  #83

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You guys have all the fun.

Well, when you fix planes for 42 years, you do get the opportunity to fly in some of them.


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Sep 18, 2021 15:22 |  #84

Chick-a-boom

Chicken houses north of Utica, NE

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Sep 18, 2021 15:39 |  #85

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Chick-a-boom

Chicken houses north of Utica, NE


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You may not have the answer to this, but I am wondering how many chickens per barn? 5,000?? 10,000?? That is a LOT of chickens!!!


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Sep 18, 2021 15:41 as a reply to  @ Inspeqtor's post |  #86

And a lot of chicken crap, too. What goes in must come out. CAFO (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations) are a stink.


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Sep 18, 2021 15:48 |  #87

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And a lot of chicken crap, too. What goes in must come out. CAFO (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations) are a stink.

LOL Yep you are correct!! I had not thought of that!!!


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Sep 18, 2021 15:58 |  #88

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You may not have the answer to this, but I am wondering how many chickens per barn? 5,000?? 10,000?? That is a LOT of chickens!!!

Sorry, no idea.

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And a lot of chicken crap, too. What goes in must come out. CAFO (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations) are a stink.

They are. I notice cattle feedlots at more than 300 meters (1000') above the ground from their aroma.




  
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Oct 11, 2021 18:13 |  #90

Cattle feedlot.

I'm glad I wasn't near that pond!

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