10. You're walking across the pasture and run smack-dab into a Shetland pony — heavy fog in low-lying areas.
10. He’s under the baler with a 5-foot cheater bar and every wrench in the place scattered around him.
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Misplace 10 percent of the year’s soybean crop and a farmer is sure to find himself scratching his head. Feed 10 to 40 percent of the same crop to a near microscopic, parasitic nematode and no one will see the difference.
10. Either there’s more brindle, one-horned, no-tail, brockle-face, half-Watusi cows in the world than you’d think or we’re driving around in circles.
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