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Re: Tin's new hay tools

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01-21-2013 14:17:53

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That's two things I need to invest in. I bought my haybine new in 94 and the baler new in 97. They've both seen better days. I'm on the fence right now whether to replace them this year or the loader tractor that I've had for 31 years. Seems I never run out of places to spend money.

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01-21-2013 15:23:16

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 Re: Tin's new hay tools in reply to rrlund, 01-21-2013 14:17:53  
I here you Randy, it never does end. If I want to make a 4x6 I need a different trailer, I have a 16' flatbed gooseneck and the deck is full with 6 4x5's. I think I'm going to bale 4x5's another year and see where things go. My shed has overflowed and I'm praying we have a good year this year. I'd like to build a 40x60 open on the east side with 3 20 foot bays to get my trucks, tractors and headers out of the weather. I dug out a couple ponds last summer and as soon as it warms up I'm going to haul the dirt up and build a pad.

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