Tuesday Jan 20th Warm Still Cloudy & looks stormy snowed a little Vic Carris came over & we killed a beef a fine heifer I let Vic have the fore quarters on beef I owed him the hind quarters weighed 160# I shot the beef with my Winchester shot gun & had to shoot her 3 times we used my new meat saw it works fine we hung my meat 2 hind quarters in the cellar looks very Stormy
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