Economy has halted dairies' departure to greener pastures
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#2 Jul 21, 2009
for now all dairy farmers please provide shade for your cows!! those poor things are standing in 100 degree heat! when there is shade - all the animals gather. it breaks my heart to see them suffer. do not tell me they do not know any better. this amounts to animal cruelty! next time I drive by and see cows in the full heat - I will call animal control and hope they do something.
#3 Jul 21, 2009
they like the sun,happy cows come from california.
#4 Jul 21, 2009
40 Acre property for $30,000 an acre? Dream on, suckers. In that dump called Chino? No one is ever going to pay more than $200,000 for a house in Chino again.
Real estate is in the toilet FOREVER. The less RE you own, the wealthier you will be.
Compound interest in the bank will beat out RE easily.
I think the land will be worth more if they bulldoze the houses and convert them back to dairies. At least you make money with dairies. With houses you pay outrageous taxes, maintenance, and mortgage i nterest. For something that is worth less and less each year.
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