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Re: Just remembered a funny incident.

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about 10 years ago i decided to spread manure one nice summer day. I dont have many cattle around anymore, so the spreader had sat for a couple months. So I load up and go out to the field on the open station 2840. I start to unload, and feel a prick on the back of my neck. Bumblebees!! Looked like a swarm of them to me..I panicked..and jumped off the tractor. Thankfully I was goin slow, and also I was only 25 years old. I stood 10 feet away from the tractor, saw the bees take a little retreat, so I jumped on, put it in road gear, got back to the buildings, skidded to a stop, and jumped off again. I dont know if I knocked the nest off or what, but in 20 minutes the bees were gone..

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 Re: Just remembered a funny incident. in reply to johnwayne360, 02-15-2013 05:37:22  
When I was in junior high my dad was going to take my Farmall A to the county fair tractor show. He backed up to the bumper pull trailer, I lowered the jack and he did plugged in the wires. Well, when I got the front tires of the a to the top of the ramp, the front of the trailer went straight up in the air. Dad started hollaring, "Don't move, hold the brakes." He jumped in the truck and pulled forward. I backed off the trailer and set it down easy and no damage was done. Now, if there had been a set of safety chains hooked, the tailgate would have been wrecked.
From that day forward, we have a new process to hook to a trailer. One person does everything so they are responsible for it all and the other person checks to make sure it was all done.

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