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Re: Two cylinder tractor size

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Thanks for all the replys! Very interesting to get the ideas everyone says. Again thanks.

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 Re: Two cylinder tractor size in reply to Davidt1, 04-16-2014 08:56:37  
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Well, you certainly opened a very big can of worms with this, but it is always fun to watch they guys debate their points of view. Almost like watching attorneys argue about how many angels can dance on the head of a pin.

Rather than offer up my opinion at this time, i would like to know a little more about how and why you plan to farm this 200 acres. Are you doing it for fun or serious business? Or perhaps a little fun and business combined? Are you planing on a week to prepare a seed bed and plant or is that the time you have for that and harvest? What kind of budget do you have to work with? What about herbicide and fertilizer?
Something to consider is the value of your time verses the value of the equipment. Say your weekly take home pay is $750; it may make better sense to take an extra week and go for a less expensive tractor than some are suggesting. Suppose it takes an extra $8500 to upgrade to a newer tractor, it would take over 11 years of an extra weeks pay to payback that additional investment.

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