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We've got a turkey and cattle farm in central Missouri. We raise a little corn mainly just to play with our old equipment. My dad started working at the local ford dealer when he was a junior in high school in 66 until 88 when we started turkeys. Been ford all my life, here is a list of what we have 52 8n(needs resto grandpa bought in 54), 8n Flathead V8(show), Jubilee, Dexta, 861, 961 with 602 picker(just put picker on this week pictures coming), 971 Diesel, 981 Gold Demonstrator(Show), 2000 4cyl rowcrop sos, 61 6000, 63 6000, 67 6000 Commander Gas, 5200 sos puller, 8000, 9000, 9000 puller, 7700, TW10 with 773 loader, and a 7740. Also have a 550 backhoe. Also have some red implements 2 2 bottom plows, 3 bottom plow, 118 mounted red plow that was a 5 bottom somebody cut down to a 4, 118 red semi mounted 5 bottom (getting ready to put it behind the 61 6000). One row picker, the two row picker, 2 row planter, brush hog, post hole digger, field cultivator, and a pull type combine, and always looking for more. I think you could say we have an addiction but it is fun.

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12-11-2012 16:14:18

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 Re: Ford Farming in reply to ford9000puller, 12-10-2012 19:31:45  
Ford9000 puller, I"d like to talk to you about your 9000 that you pull. I have a 9600 that I pull and was wondering if you would dicuss some of the things you"ve done to yours. Thanks, Chad cg2002@live.oom if you can email me your number or call me at 205-826-0316

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