tues Jan 1st temperate & cloudy S to Sw lt [light] wind vic home last nite & to dinner Bank closed but he workd some I fed the last of 8 good shox of sweet corn to cow we had mush & milk for supper Mrs Wanrus [sp?] called & brot Krout this has been a good yr to raise corn $1,00 bu but too much of it soft & dont incline to dry a good yr for oats 70c bu 50 to 100 bu to acre my strawberries were fair potatos good 27 bu at digging sweet corn good & plenty few watermellons hogs $15 to $17 cwt Egs 41c doz chickens 17 1/2 lb not drest letter from Leslie he sent medicine for Mother she is not feeling well I have got no furnace wood from the timber yet tis thawing this eve
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