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Re: Who says clearing old fence is a pain???

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bison

07-30-2013 09:22:03
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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeYou would not be smiling long if you had to do that with 11 miles of 50 yr old grown in fence like i had to do on my place when i first bought it :wink:




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rockyridgefarm

07-30-2013 10:17:37
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 Re: Who says clearing old fence is a pain??? in reply to bison, 07-30-2013 09:22:03  
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I surely wouldn't be smiling at all if I didn't have my trusty skid steer.

I now have an 80" light material bucket, 66" bucket, 66" tooth bucket, telescoping boom, 72" mower, tree grabber, 72" rock bucket grapple, equipment hitch, bale spear/3 point adapter, and post hole digger. Growing up on a 60 cow dairy farm, we had a Bobcat 753 with one 60" bucket. Don't know how we survived...

My next want is a 96 inch light material bucket for snow on the driveway and a tree shear for trees too big for my mower.

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Formerly PaMike

07-30-2013 11:40:50
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 Re: Who says clearing old fence is a pain??? in reply to rockyridgefarm, 07-30-2013 10:17:37  
No,no, you don't want a tree shear. You want a mini excavator. Just dig them out. I love my mini almost more than the skidsteer...



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bison

07-30-2013 10:30:08
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 Re: Who says clearing old fence is a pain??? in reply to rockyridgefarm, 07-30-2013 10:17:37  

rockyridgefarm said: (quoted from post at 10:17:37 07/30/13)
bison said: (quoted from post at 09:22:03 07/30/13) You would not be smiling long if you had to do that with 11 miles of 50 yr old grown in fence like i had to do on my place when i first bought it :wink:


I surely wouldn't be smiling at all if I didn't have my trusty skid steer.

I now have an 80" light material bucket, 66" bucket, 66" tooth bucket, telescoping boom, 72" mower, tree grabber, 72" rock bucket grapple, equipment hitch, bale spear/3 point adapter, and post hole digger. Growing up on a 60 cow dairy farm, we had a Bobcat 753 with one 60" bucket. Don't know how we survived...

My next want is a 96 inch light material bucket for snow on the driveway and a tree shear for trees too big for my mower.
Seems like you are relying on only the skidsteer for all your work.whadda you do when that one breaks down?

I grew up on a dairy farm too, we had only hand tools and we survived just fine :wink:
This post was edited by bison at 10:32:25 07/30/13.

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