Saturday Apr 9 very fine day planted 6 short rows of Early rose & Early Ohio potatoes in the garden & a nice patch of both kinds west of the barn Harve helped me & Roy plowed PM I went to Nira to meeting of directors of the Cheese factory & Roy finished plowing for this spring Harve harrowed I took the Fan Mare to Nira & bred her to Lewis & Carris’s horse $18,00 to insure a colt to stand & suck the horse is an imported Norman 3 or 4 yrs old weight 1775 lbs color dirty steel grey black feet and ankles
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