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Super C would be ideal
still good deals out there on them.
One with a fast-hitch that you can convert to a 3-point,
or one with an aftermarket 3-point are a little tougher
to find, but they are around.
If you are considering all tractors, a
Ford 600-800-2000-3000 series are good machines
for small farms, although they usually are a bit more $ to buy.
(but parts are usually cheaper and more common, so a toss-up)
I own quite a few of both, and the SC's are my favorite
puttering around tractor, but the Fords do most of the actual work.
(all 3-point stuff here)
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