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Haying pics summer 2011

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Case Nutty 1660

01-19-2012 06:59:28




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its -5 here so I felt like remembering the warm days of summer, this was the last hay I did last summer as you can see it was a beautiful day

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Dave from MN

01-20-2012 05:15:43




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 Re: Haying pics summer 2011 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-19-2012 06:59:28  
Is the 770 a gas? How does she handle tillage? Have an 870 gas, really only use it on the planter, but this year I am thinking about letting the boy use it on a 16' IH 45 digger or 16'disc. For a gas, my 870 seems fairly efficiant, how bout your 770?



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Case Nutty 1660

01-20-2012 05:42:30




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 Re: Haying pics summer 2011 PICS ADDED in reply to Dave from MN, 01-20-2012 05:15:43  
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Dave my 770 is a dsl power shift with 9900 hrs, I use it more than any of my other tractors she pulls 4-14" decent even in sod, I do all my baling with it some summer follow work and it also does all of my planting pulling 16' of double disc press drills, a tank of fuel runs 14-20 hrs easy and it is one of my most fuel efficent tractors I added a few pics of her doing different work cnt

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Dave from MN

01-20-2012 05:54:20




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 Re: Haying pics summer 2011 PICS ADDED in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-20-2012 05:42:30  
Thanks for the reply. I only have the one Case, but have always liked the looks of the 70 series , especially working. Just wish mine was a diesel. Only 4500 hours



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Case Nutty 1660

01-20-2012 06:15:08




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 Re: more 70 series PICS ADDED in reply to Dave from MN, 01-20-2012 05:54:20  
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Dave I agree with you on the look of them, we were a Case dealer when they were released and I thought we had the best tractor on the market at the time ( my opinion) for some reason I alway's like the 770 and 1470's best not that the others weren't great tractors LOL heck I have many other sizes as you can see by a few more pics cnt

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vac400

01-19-2012 16:54:36




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 Re: Haying pics summer 2011 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-19-2012 06:59:28  
Tom, Great pictures, I enjoy seeing the Case equipment still at work. I will need to get may 4490 tuned up for spring, it will get a work out for sure. Fields were wet and I cut them up.God Bless.
Jerry from Ohio



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Case Nutty 1660

01-19-2012 17:05:14




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 Re: Haying pics summer 2011 in reply to vac400, 01-19-2012 16:54:36  
look forward to seeing it in action Jerry take care



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Mark Cowan

01-19-2012 09:31:28




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 Re: Haying pics summer 2011 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-19-2012 06:59:28  
Cnt....
I always enjoy the pics...from everyone...
In the east ...we don't see the wiiiiiidddde open ..like most of you do......the crop ...the tractor..those are fun to see... ,,look at your sky...the blue...the contrails......you fellows are blessed
Mc



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McKerrow630

01-19-2012 08:01:48




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 Re: Haying pics summer 2011 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-19-2012 06:59:28  
Looks like a nice stand of hay you got there. So how many crops a year do you get up there? Michigan (in are area) 3 crops sometimes in a good year there's been a 4th crop. God Bless



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Case Nutty 1660

01-19-2012 09:30:53




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 Re: Haying pics summer 2011 in reply to McKerrow630, 01-19-2012 08:01:48  
I only get one this was a neighbor of mine that has a creek running thru his place and we made a deal for me to put up this second cutting alfalfa



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