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Spreading some more fertilizer

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SVcummins

04-14-2018 21:01:41




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Well I guess I hurt somebodyís feelings buy posting on James post I got the cold shoulder so hereís my own fertilizer video . Itís not very good but I donít have anybody to follow me around with a camera

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Idracingcop

04-18-2018 12:09:23




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 Re: Spreading some more fertilizer in reply to SVcummins, 04-14-2018 21:01:41  
I grew up just a short distance from there. I know those mountains very well.

I grew up in Downey on a dairy farm. My parents still live there. All us boys left for diffrent jobs.
I miss working the land, But I hated the cows!!!!

Brent



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SVcummins

04-19-2018 05:31:48




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 Re: Spreading some more fertilizer in reply to Idracingcop, 04-18-2018 12:09:23  
I sure love milk and I sure appreciate the work and the effort it takes to make a glass of milk but I wouldnít ever own a dairy farm you are married to that thing from the day you start it till the you sell out I love cattle but not milk cows I love what they make but...



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SVcummins

04-18-2018 20:39:14




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 Re: Spreading some more fertilizer in reply to Idracingcop, 04-18-2018 12:09:23  
I sure love milk and I sure appreciate the work and the effort it takes to make a glass of milk but I wouldnít ever own a dairy farm you are married to that thing from the day you start it till the you sell out I love cattle but not milk cows I love what they make but...



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showcrop

04-15-2018 16:15:57




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 Re: Spreading some more fertilizer in reply to SVcummins, 04-14-2018 21:01:41  
I used to get a spreader just like that from the Agway crop center before they shut down. SV, what is the crop that you are seeding there or is it just pasture?



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SVcummins

04-16-2018 13:22:14




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 Re: Spreading some more fertilizer in reply to showcrop, 04-15-2018 16:15:57  
We only get one crop a year on dryland so after the first crop Is whatever grows after that can go to seed and then harrow it in the spring



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SVcummins

04-15-2018 17:22:03




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 Re: Spreading some more fertilizer in reply to showcrop, 04-15-2018 16:15:57  
Itís dryland hay .



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carvel minne farmer

04-15-2018 14:58:50




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 Re: Spreading some more fertilizer in reply to SVcummins, 04-14-2018 21:01:41  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see that is rough! I watched the video you posted of plowing the garden with it when you first got it home and it sounded as bad even worse under load, amazing what a little tlc and a fresh tune will do :lol:



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SVcummins

04-15-2018 15:34:45




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 Re: Spreading some more fertilizer in reply to carvel minne farmer, 04-15-2018 14:58:50  
The injection pump timing was a mile off the valve lash on number one and number four was way to tight . I adjusted everything to factory spec and then ran some injector cleaner through it . When I first got it home it wouldnít pull itself above 7th gear without even a load hooked to the tractor and it smoked like crazy I was fertilizing yesterday in 6th and 7th gear On rolling ground. I want to replace the the fuel injectors and put it on the dyno next time I get it to town

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SVcummins

04-15-2018 13:34:50




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 Re: Spreading some more fertilizer in reply to SVcummins, 04-14-2018 21:01:41  
The day I bought the 3020



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carvel minne farmer

04-15-2018 11:34:46




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 Re: Spreading some more fertilizer in reply to SVcummins, 04-14-2018 21:01:41  
watched the video sv. is that you singing or the radio?? :lol: be careful posting videos with you singing, next thing you know you'll be in Nashville signing contracts :wink: the 3020 sounds nice and smooth purring along. what where you spreading for fertilizer?



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SVcummins

04-15-2018 13:25:19




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 Re: Spreading some more fertilizer in reply to carvel minne farmer, 04-15-2018 11:34:46  
I was excited to have the radio on but I canít stand to listen to the jive they play now so I mostly kept it on the weather band I use to have satellite radio plumbed in on my 4020 and I think Iíll have to do the same thing again holy crap music sucks now but the weather band is nice . I ordered a new muffler and extension last night when I got home the muffler from John Deere was only about 10$ more than the generic Stanley I was going to buy the generic one but it had mixed reviews on the sound . Iím not sure on the fertilizer my cousin had this mixed up and I speed it for him. The tractor does sound a lot better than it did I will post a video of what it sounded like the day I bought it

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flying belgian

04-15-2018 07:50:23




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 Re: Spreading some more fertilizer in reply to SVcummins, 04-14-2018 21:01:41  
That's a great picture. Everything dressed for work. Gitter done.!



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SVcummins

04-14-2018 21:23:22




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 Re: Spreading some more fertilizer in reply to SVcummins, 04-14-2018 21:01:41  

My nephew came out to meet me and then wanted to take the tractor the rest of the way home



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JD Seller

04-15-2018 08:30:50




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 Re: Spreading some more fertilizer in reply to SVcummins, 04-14-2018 21:23:22  
I laugh at how we dress at times. He has a sweat shirt on because it is cold buttttt is wearing shorts. LOL

Nice setup there.



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SVcummins

04-15-2018 13:40:40




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 Re: Spreading some more fertilizer in reply to JD Seller, 04-15-2018 08:30:50  
Him and them dang stupid shorts !! He hates to wear pants myself i donít like bieng seen outside with shorts on. I am hopping to spread some of summer pasture land this summer but I donít know if Iíll make it or not



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