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Re: Loading question: what works best?

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The tractor vet

09-27-2012 07:36:02

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Being one that use to do a lot of sales (1) if i was going to go to a sale and load out was limited to only a couple days then the trailer went with me and i would load out that day while the help was there . If the loading was up to you like most places around here Then i just did not attend . (2) Most sales i attend were at auction lots that had there own loader . And if for any reason i could not get back during there normal loading time i would make arrangements for another time . One time i bought some stuff at a sale and due to a blizzard everything got covered over and a lot of the stuff sat for three months before we could find it . One 560 was lots till then when we could only see the top six inches of the exhaust pipe sticking up out of the snow drift. I have had plows and disc's get frozen in and not been able to get them out till after the spring thaw . And the Auctioneer and i would make arrangements to have a loader there at a give time to help me load out. If they did not then well i would do what ever it took to get my stuff loaded and never go back to one of his sales , and when he would send me a flyer for the next one i would cll him and tell him flat out that wi was not coming to anymore of his sale as he felt that my money was not worth his time to help me so why should i help him .

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