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Clayton Spencer

10-30-2011 19:53:50

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Something tells me that that was your equipment, that I saw tonight, on AGRIBUSINESS THIS WEEK, during Max"s Tractor Shed. Max was plum tickled to be able to show this to his audience. Like you, I do not see how anyone can use any other type tractor. My Dad's first tractor was a VAC and then a DC, followed by a 530. It did not hurt that My Dad's Uncle, was the local CASE Dealer, from 1935, until CASE and IH got together. Thank you for the show.

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Case Nutty 1660

10-30-2011 21:07:47

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 Re: Case Nutty in reply to Clayton Spencer, 10-30-2011 19:53:50  
yes it was my 770 and equipment, and thank you for the story cnt

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Kow Farmer

10-31-2011 19:38:39

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 Re: Case Nutty in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 10-30-2011 21:07:47  
Hey Tom,
Saw your 770 pics on This Week in Agribusiness on Sunday night. Love those pics! Keep em' coming. You should be proud!
Kow Farmer

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10-31-2011 04:42:47

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 Re: Case Nutty in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 10-30-2011 21:07:47  
Tom, I also seen your equipment on TV hats off to you and MAX. Max stated that you were finish baling late or were you baling at night to get more weight in the bales? Jerry from Ohio

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Case Nutty 1660

10-31-2011 04:46:19

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 Re: Case Nutty in reply to vac400, 10-31-2011 04:42:47  
I was actally baling in the morning it was 4:15 am when I took that pic, I always bale at night if I can it saves leaves and makes nice velvety hay, at least here ant way cnt

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