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Re: UK tractors

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samn40

02-14-2013 17:19:42
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Yes we get a lot of rain. Our soil here in Northern Ireland varies like every where else....We graze the poorer land and only plough the better land. I am fortunate to be on sandy loam, but I also have some peat land. Our machines wear out quickly as we have to push them so hard when it is dry...but they don't seem to rust out so quickly. We do keep trading our machines so they are kept quite fresh. Pictures are of my soil in the garden, when ploughed, then when cultivated.3rd pic is my son ploughing some barley stubble last spring. Next pic is some land that was ploughed and left fallow. I have just harrowed it for reseeding with grass last Sept and the final pic is of my peat land currently under water, but the best grazing on the farm during summer months! Sam

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MJ in the UK

02-15-2013 04:48:01
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 Re: UK tractors in reply to samn40, 02-14-2013 17:19:42  
Hi Sam, am I right in thinking you are going to reassemble that TE20 tractor. George McOleary used to come and do that at the Newark tractor show but has not been in recent years. MJ



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Harvey 2

02-14-2013 19:14:32
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 Re: UK tractors in reply to samn40, 02-14-2013 17:19:42  
Thanks for the reply. A couple years ago at the local tractor show when they featured Massey and Ferguson, there were some men from Ireland that would see how fast they could take a tractor apart and put it back together. I don't know what part of Ireland they were from. Here in Indiana there is a small town by the name of Ireland.



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