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03-23-2013 23:31:50

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CNT , thanks for posting the pic of the different tractor sizes. Great collection... that 430 with the loader would be perfect for my needs. i mainly use my 930 to move horse manure. how was the quality of your hay last season? it was very dry here, hay wasn't very good and hard to get.

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03-24-2013 02:35:05

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 Re: tractors in waiting in reply to axe55, 03-23-2013 23:31:50  
the hay was so thin and short here I did not cut any of my alfalfa or grass at all I did put up my winter wheat and hay barley for hay am hoping we will get some thing for hay this year, some people here south of me that did get a crop jacked people 250-400 a ton for it

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03-24-2013 06:08:32

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 Re: tractors in waiting in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-24-2013 02:35:05  
We had that probem here and in central TX in 2011, early 2012. I had to run over to Lousiana (south of New Oreleans) several times for a job I was working on and about every 5th truck (not pick-ups pulling round bale trailers, 18 wheeeler loads) I passed going west on I-10 was hay. You know they were getting top dollar+ to haul out of Mississippi and Alabama.

Hope you get more moisture for hay and grain this year. Jim

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