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markjohn60

04-15-2014 18:05:37
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we got 160 acres most of its old growth timber but we would do 9000 squair bales a year with 2 jd A'S jd 50 and a 350 farmall diesel, new Holland kicker with 8 old wagons on around 40 acres of HAY field new Holland mower we was ruuning 45 bread cows for feeders at one time grow 4 acres in bloody butcher corn, LEASEING 150 acres of 100 year old grown up wooded up farm land for grazing for 65$ a year and keep the fence built, late 80s hit my uncle got a 57 jd 820 and a round baler,

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markjohn60

04-15-2014 18:10:28
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 Re: Two cylinder tractor size in reply to markjohn60, 04-15-2014 18:05:37  
only issue we had was burbing the cows as there was about 1000 apples and pears peachs and plums on the land



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markjohn60

04-15-2014 18:59:58
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 Re: Two cylinder tractor size in reply to markjohn60, 04-15-2014 18:10:28  
takes me 8- to 10 hours to mow the 23 acre front hay field did it with a 1955 jd 50 many times the 350 diesel farmall was cheeper to do it with, the new Holland hay bine 472 7ft that still runs the stock u joints in the drive line from the early 1970s, quicker is not always cheeper,



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markjohn60

04-15-2014 19:08:34
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 Re: Two cylinder tractor size in reply to markjohn60, 04-15-2014 18:59:58  
it takes my uncle 4 hours to mow the same hay he traded the 57 820 john deere after 30 years of use for a 900hour 2006 tn75 new Holland 4x4 and 7ft 3point disk mower



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Gtx1967jewison

04-15-2014 19:12:24
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 Re: Two cylinder tractor size in reply to markjohn60, 04-15-2014 19:08:34  
Disk mowers are bad-a$$ :)



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markjohn60

04-15-2014 19:17:51
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 Re: Two cylinder tractor size in reply to Gtx1967jewison, 04-15-2014 19:12:24  
in trade he got close to 19,000 out of the 820 if you had to match it with cash It was farm clothing stock did about 120 round bales every year that was it with it, think the guy come down to $14,000 on the tn 75 and has around 4000 on the mower



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markjohn60

04-15-2014 19:21:56
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 Re: Two cylinder tractor size in reply to markjohn60, 04-15-2014 19:17:51  
the 820 it was a rice land the tires was over 2ft wide wide 28 rims' it had small rims, it would get stuck easy



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markjohn60

04-15-2014 19:25:24
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 Re: Two cylinder tractor size in reply to markjohn60, 04-15-2014 19:21:56  
*it had 26 inch rim 2ft wide



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markjohn60

04-15-2014 19:49:58
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 Re: Two cylinder tractor size in reply to markjohn60, 04-15-2014 19:25:24  
heck my dad was still loading lose hay in the 70s when his father got the 55 jd 50 all 3 of the barns are SET UP with trollys and 5 finger claws still GOT THE NEW IDEA hay loaders



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RLA

04-16-2014 04:48:38
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 Re: Two cylinder tractor size in reply to markjohn60, 04-15-2014 19:49:58  
This truly has turned into a can of worms.

The only wants to farm 200 acers, & doesn"t need 20K investment.



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buickanddeere

04-16-2014 04:58:46
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 Re: Two cylinder tractor size in reply to RLA, 04-16-2014 04:48:38  
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As a kid we planted more than 200 acres of crop. The only tillage tractor was a well worn 70D standard . I kept looking all over the country, found the old girl and restored her. Last year I found and brought home the 555 plough Dad bought in the late 1950's .



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