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The drought is over in Ohio

We've had a warmer than usual winter with lots of precipitation. The drought, at least in Ohio and Indiana, is over with. It's not been a good winter for hauling manure. I am glad I don't have much livestock. One thing that I have noticed this winter is the nice vehicles at farm shows. It shows that most folks are having some good times financially. I am seeing more Toyota Tundras all the time. I tested one three years ago and I liked it a lot. The steering quality was the best of any vehicle I have ever driven. On a straight road it would need very little correction. My veterinarian has two of them; one of his has 225,000 miles and has only needed brake work and an exhaust system. New 2014 models can be viewed at Toyota.com.

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