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Tony in Mass.

07-09-2013 18:38:13

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I just took a seat off my MF30 that came out of a 80's Oldsmobile, but that might sit too high for you too. It reclines and has nice tan upholstery.... The biggest job of the pto seal is preventing making a big mess with the oil.

Seriously... it was your hired man? or you that got bit? I would take care of that wound before worrying about tractor stuff. BTW, once you put a hog in the back, it will steer a bit better, just from the balance. I really don't care for snakes.... my mother killed everyone she ever met in her life. Usually with a sharp shovel...

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07-09-2013 19:50:34

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It was my hired help 2 guys bit in 23 weeks. Gonna have a snake breakfast soon. They seem to be migrating towards the house lately. So I gotta clean the area immaculately. he is fine wants to help tomorrow. The wound looks good -swelling almost all gone- color normal & no pain. Getting a 410 pistol to carry with us - gota get rid of the problem fast. We did a lot of construction around the yard -built 200 feet of French drains -made a new larger garden area ,so there has been some land changes that may be the cause of their new activity. And the brush pile can't be burned till we get wet weather (when ever that occurs). Copper heads aren't usually fatal and often a bite has no venom (they save the venom like it was precious - the babies haven't learned to control their venom so they are more dangerous when they bite. For now I gotta get rid of as many as possible.

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