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northernVT
 
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RE: What tools...

Postby northernVT » Tue Apr 07, 2009 1:17 pm

Hey buckhunter21.
 
These big toys are actually tools of trade. No, I am not a farmer by trade, I am in law enforcement. The big toys here are cumulative of mine and a friends. We own the land together. The great thing is that he owns his own landscaping business, so the Kubotas and IH are his. Most of the rest is mine accumulated over the years. My wife thinks I'm nuts. I call it a piece of mind. I love my little Yanmar. The thing is an iron horse that never dies and it fits in small places.
 
Like I said. I still prefer the smaller toys over the tractors though. Luckily enough, I have been plowing these fields and plots long enough so that most or the rocks are gone MSbadger. I usually only use the two bottom plow after a clover field has been in for three to five years in the big field.
 
 

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buckhunter21
 
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RE: What tools...

Postby buckhunter21 » Tue Apr 07, 2009 5:06 pm

I'm basically the same way....I love looking at these 'toys' and I even more so I love working them in the dirt and watching the fruit of my labor!!!!
QDM!

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ranwin33
 
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Location: Kansas and Missouri

RE: What tools...

Postby ranwin33 » Wed Apr 08, 2009 4:48 am

Let's see: chainsaw, handheld brush cutter, rototiller, ATV, ATV disk, Moultrie spreader and a hand spreader.
 
Sometimes it takes quite a bit of work, but eventually it gets done.
“There are two spiritual dangers in not owning a farm. One is the danger of supposing that breakfast comes from the grocery, and the other that heat comes from the furnace.”
Aldo Leopold

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Wanderer
 
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RE: What tools...

Postby Wanderer » Wed Apr 08, 2009 5:39 am


Equipment used at my Alabama lease
 
85 HP International Harvester 856 diesel with 12 foot disc
50 HP Kubota diesel 4WD with front end loader/8 foot disc/bush hog
30 HP Kubota 2WD with front end loader/ 8 foot disc/ bush hog
19 HP Kubota 2 WD with 5 foot disc and 4 ft bush hog
Kawasaki Mule 610
Yamaha Grizzly 660
Yamaha Kodiak 400
2 Bumper Buddy Seeders
5 ft Swisher brush cutter
4 foot trail mower
Hitch disc
Liquid fertilizer sprayer w/10 foot boom
Hand seeder, shovels, rakes, chain saws, pole saws

 

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sagittarius
 
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RE: What tools...

Postby sagittarius » Fri Apr 10, 2009 8:12 am

At home:
[ul][*]A 1960 Minneapolis Moline M5 tractor, 60HP, gas, wide front, pto, cat2 3pt, aux. hydraulics. 
[*]11' Minneapolis moline UO disk with hydraulic lift
[*]3x14" Minneapolis Moline AF plow with hydraulic lift.
[*]6ft king Kutter 3pt rotary cutter
[*]35 gal tow sprayer
[*]125 lb tow spreader[/ul]
Up north:
[ul][*]ATV
[*]35 gal tow sprayer
[*]125 lb tow spreader[/ul]
"The real problem is not how we shall handle the deer in this emergency. The real problem is one of human managment. Wild life managment is comparatively easy; human management difficult." Aldo Leopold, March 1943

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