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Re: Some pictures around the village.

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04-30-2013 09:32:11

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I'm sure it works for you Phil. But over here few people would try to move things or carry feed for instance in a van, especially the little rigs you guys have. You toss it into the pickup and when it comes time to unload you can stand upright in the back. From what I've seen you all use trailers a lot more than most of us. Over here no one would think of farming using a mini van and trailer and no feed dealer will deliver anything free of charge.

To each their own I guess. Of course you have to license tractors over there too I believe. Hope that never happens here!

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04-30-2013 15:40:32

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 Re: Some pictures around the village. in reply to Bret4207, 04-30-2013 09:32:11  
I may not have made myself clear. No farmer would move feed in a panel van, he would use a tractor and trailer. This is where the Ferguson 2 wheel trailer and the pickup hitch on the trasctor score the points.I meant to show that anyone working on a farm, who did not need the strength and load capacity of a tractor and trailer, would, in all probability, use a van. These would be fencing contractors, utility workers, builders and so forth.We have big problems with casual thefts,an open pickup is not an option to workers.
I have driven for 1 of our local suppliers, I drove 30 miles to deliver, FOC, a 1/2inch paintbrush.I was in a truck working at 40.000lbs gross. If we did not deliver, someone else would. Phil

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