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Re: So what is your Ferguson wish list?

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Well I guess time would be the biggest factor. Sure they can't round bale hay but overall with the right equipment you will probably find there aren't many jobs they can't do. Personally I have almost 50 acres that I take care of and my TO20 does all the plowing, disking,cultivating, raking hay except for one part and that is because it is so steep that I have had a TO30 sliding sideways down the hill with me so I rake with my MF 175 on it. Harry had an implement for most any job you could think of for his tractors. Yes it may not be the fastest way but they get it done and very well I might add. I grew up with my grandparents and he farmed almost 900 acres with nothing but a TE20 for years which was replaced with a TO30 later. He had a new holland 68 square baler which I now have that originally had a Wisconsin motor on it. I have his paper work from the 50's where they put up between 5 and 6 thousand square bales a year with that old TE20. Yes many years later he bought a MF165 to pull a round baler and the square baler after it was converted to pto powered but the TO30 did all the other work up until a few years ago when he died. Sorry for being long winded but my point is with the right equipment they can do most any job you can throw at them.

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