Wednesday Nov 8 A very fine warm day Harve & I shelled 10 bu of corn & took 20 bu corn rye & oats to Nira to get chopped foggy awhile in the morning but cleared off nice warm & Calm My colts all got out last night & Harve went & got them over west he worked a little in the garden & PM we went over East & I harrowed Stalks & Have Commenced plowing about 15 acres for corn it plows midling fair & we got along well Ed Goodwin Called with a load of Corn from Hodges to H Foster I weighed it 3015 gross Ed on the wagon my beef heifer Eats good & I feed her regular & turn her with the cows
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