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jon corbett

08-21-2013 16:55:03
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$50?i'd LOVE to try one in my sand!




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Oldmisterbill

08-23-2013 06:02:36
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 Re: JASON!!!! in reply to jon corbett, 08-21-2013 16:55:03  
I'd like to find a cheap single bottom plow (nothing fancy) for that rare occasion when I need a plow and to make shallow trenches for temporary water lines for my garden.



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Tony in Mass.

08-23-2013 09:51:21
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 Re: JASON!!!! in reply to Oldmisterbill, 08-23-2013 06:02:36  
Keep an eye on Craigslist farm and garden for your area... or however far you care to drive for a deal. I see TSC 3 point one bottoms and middlebusters a lot, seems people bought it for one project, now it got to go. A subsoiler sounds great, but you want more room for your fingers or a bigger pipe, or for rattlesnake habitat expansion... yeah, I'm jokin'... how's your guys make out with those bad bites??

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Oldmisterbill

08-23-2013 14:19:30
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 Re: JASON!!!! in reply to Tony in Mass., 08-23-2013 09:51:21  
There aren't a lot of single bottoms here. I put a water line across my yard to my shop with a single bottom - it never freezes that deep here. I did 1 pass readjusted my buddies plow did a 2nd pass,laid the PEX and rolled the sod back in. in a week you couldn't tell it was dig up. that's why I like a plow. Ive got to run a line for my deer so during hunting season they can drink right here ,maybe less poachers will get them. I saw 8 carcasses in a no hunting area last season.

My garden is relatively small here (maybe 2400Sq ft. I did 1 1/2 acres in MA. A sub soiler would be nice for furrows. I don't have much strength any more so I make my garden as work easy as I can.

Well Tony you gotta come on down and let me take you for a nature walk thru my back 1 1/2 acres. We could flip up some rocks LOL. The guy did ok - the bites weren't bad apparently the snakes didn't give him a heavy dose. (they save their venom as much as they can.3-4 days and all the swelling was gone. Now I gotta get back to my clear & clean project - to give them less habitat. Iam in a hilly rocky area near a lake in eastern Ok - so much rock I have dreams about it. We dug a hole to bury some old concrete there was so much rock I spent hours moving them to my rock ile (snake heaven) we don't dig here unless it is absolutely necessary -too many rocks left after the hole gets buried. I have a friend coming next weekto pick up 2 tri-axle loads of rock for a wall at his house. I wish he could use 10 loads.

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Jason S.

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 Re: JASON!!!! in reply to Tony in Mass., 08-23-2013 09:51:21  
Tony, I looked yesterday and the Dearborn disc plow was still there. I was there getting some New Holland square baler parts and if I had enough money I would have went ahead and picked it up. I was wrong on the scrap price. They buy for 9.5 cents a pound but they sell for .20 cents a pound so the plow would have cost me close to $100.00. When I get a little more money up I may go back and get it. I did grab the scraper and eye bolts off of it.

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