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Lmack

06-21-2013 09:38:47
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Forget the 200 since they are somewhat rare. For a small area less than 5 to 10 acres an SA, 100, 130, or 140 would do fine . . . if you can come up with the equipment. Plan on spending years finding all you may need and it will be standard only if you are very fortunate. If you find a one row Farmall with all the tilling, planting, and harvesting equipment plan on spending up to $3000 US or more depending on the condition of the unit. I have a 2 row (200) and it has taken me about 20 years to get all the equipment in working order and the plow still needs attention. I am in no hurry since in this area plows have never been used . . . our soil being just too plastic.

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Wm. Ecccles - Jardine

06-21-2013 20:48:00
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 Re: pictures in reply to Lmack, 06-21-2013 09:38:47  
My understanding is that they have about 20 some acres. that is small.
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06-22-2013 01:16:53
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 Re: pictures in reply to Wm. Ecccles - Jardine, 06-21-2013 20:48:00  
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When my folks "downsized" to 100 acres in 1956, Dad bought a Super C with a bunch of Fast Hitch equipment. We had 60 tillable acres and used that SC for everything... that series were the handiest small row crop tractors ever made, but it still might be better in most instances to have a small tractor with 3 point.



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Wm. Ecccles - Jardine

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 Re: pictures in reply to Lmack, 06-21-2013 09:38:47  
I have a 2 wheel 2 furrow lift 8C IHC 1/2 steel 1/2 re worked to rubber I used to pull with my B series. In heavy ground 2nd 3/4 throttle. My aim is to find Pictures though for this co - worker to give him advice and visual.



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