Re: Binder update. in reply to Richard Hare, 10-07-2012 05:42:09
Richard, around me there is a market for them as some of the Amish only still use the threshing machines, others will hire a combine in to harvest the crop. But getting one the 1,000 mile and across the border would be a problem. So far I am only doing side delivery hay rakes mostly, did a couple of mowers this summer. Got more rakes to do and a Superior grain drill to get done plus spring and spike tooth harrows,corn planters and manure spreaders to go. Was to an auction this spring that had probably in the neighborhood of a dozen grain binders but none of them were ready to use, that is why they were there along with plenty of mowers and rakes that all needed rebuilding, that is why the Amish were selling them because they would have boughten ready to work machines and do not have the ability to do the repair work needed.
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