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By your new combine here?

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ed in cny

09-09-2011 11:49:26

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Someone see the opertunity here. I guess maybe that bigger isn"t always better. However I don"t believe I would spend that kind of money though. They go fairly cheap at auction and sometimes for good reason. But referbishing them at this price must be to the axle. Here"s the link.


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ed in cny

09-12-2011 09:49:43

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 Re: By your new combine here? in reply to ed in cny, 09-09-2011 11:49:26  
Funny you would think that the 40 acre farm of day gone by would start to crop up again in this day of mega farms. Well it does and many out there are now getting into the self sufficiency life style. I guess these will again fit with in that life. New units would be to costly but a working reconditioned one would be just fine.

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charles todd

09-10-2011 07:14:44

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 Re: By your new combine here? in reply to ed in cny, 09-09-2011 11:49:26  
I have read on several forums of people that are getting into small scale farming. Like < 40 acres. On the AllisChalmers forum I see someone drag up an All Crop once a week.

Also many are finding older Gleaners for about the same price as the Ferrari pull behinds. F2 and F3 for like 15k-20k, ready to go.

Nice looking units thought!


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09-09-2011 16:54:32

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 Re: By your new combine here? in reply to ed in cny, 09-09-2011 11:49:26  
What would it be used for? i guess if you had your own small hobby farm? but it would be a lot cheaper to buy an old gleaner or something.

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