April 3, 1902

I have spent most of this day in hauling manure from the barn.

Took five loads on to Henry’s meadow.

Received a check from Congle Bros. to am’t of $1.04 for calf hide.

The grass is growing nicely at present but does not satisfy cattle yet.
This has been almost a model spring day tho rather cool for growth; a light breeze from the N.E. tho not enough to make any trouble in hauling straw.

I brot two more loads from Pounds today.

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