Posted by Jason S. on October 14, 2013 at 19:24:15 from (126.96.36.199):
After talking to Tony last night and doing some more thinking today I think it's time to retire the D-EO-20 rakes. I love using them but I have also lost a lot of hay this year due to it getting rained on because I couldn't get it raked and baled in time. I need to speed up some of my processes. I had already decided to retire my TO-20 in favor of the diesel 135, the #62 moldboard plow has been retired in favor of the disc plow, I guess the rakes are next. The sad part is I guess I won't have any watchers anymore. I have had people stop and watch me work with some of that stuff. I was plowing two weeks ago and I looked up and there was a guy with his two boys watching me. He wanted them to see how they plowed in the "old days". With my job I'm usually off in the summer months and I sell my hay to make extra money and I just got to thinking about how much money I've lost due to the speed and the fact that a bar rake ropes the hay and hurts drying rather than helps. I guess I could keep one of the D-EO-20 rakes of mine around and break it out on special occasions. What's your thoughts?
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