Depends on the size of your bucket, the size of the hole in the boat, and the depth of the pond...
Oh, you mean baling bales with a baler?? Sorry, it's a common mistake and I'm just ribbing you.
I'd be real nervous about pulling all that with a 35 hp tractor. If you were dropping them on the ground, it wouldn't even be an issue. That rack behind you is gonna be the trouble... Your talking about adding up to 4 tons of wagon and hay. Frankly, I wouldn't consider pulling that rig with that tractor on my farm.
This post was edited by rockyridgefarm at 21:12:07 02/16/13.
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