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Hay Bro., More Dirt Back At You From Clinton Camp Farm

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Adirondack case guy

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Spring fever seems to be hitting us all, though we havent had winter yet. Snow is mostly gone and virtually no frost in the ground. High 40's most all week. Pics. taken last spring.
Some of the pics.were taken at a very longtime friends family farm on the Great Sacandaga Lake. They have Case tractors in use back to a 400 round nose gas.
Loren Central NY.
PS I guess I will go fishin with my Amish neighbors. LOL

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McKerrow630

02-03-2012 03:16:28




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 Re: Hay Bro., More Dirt Back At You From Clinton Camp Farm in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-02-2012 15:41:04  
OK where's the case muesum?(sure wish I could spell better) Nutty has one,wow great pic's.I thought NY just a big city!!! Thats some nice looking country you have up there. Got it all rolling hills, woods,farms and lakes too. Hummm maybe the "Case Crazy Tours" should start on the east coast and head to WY. Thank-you so much for memory lane! God Bless



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Bret4207

02-03-2012 05:54:22




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 Re: Hay Bro., More Dirt Back At You From Clinton Camp Farm in reply to McKerrow630, 02-03-2012 03:16:28  
McKerrow, lotta people don't realize NY has a 6 MILLION acre park in the northern half of the state, huge areas of wilderness, beaucoup farmland, etc. It ain't all NYC. They just exist to suck the life out of the rest of us!



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McKerrow630

02-03-2012 15:28:55




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 Re: Hay Bro., More Dirt Back At You From Clinton Camp Farm in reply to Bret4207, 02-03-2012 05:54:22  
Yeah we got one too in michigan it's called the "moron city" oops darn spelling again I mean motor city(detroit) I guess everybody has a money sucking city.



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Paul A Young

02-03-2012 06:40:15




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 Re: Hay Bro., More Dirt Back At You From Clinton Camp Farm in reply to Bret4207, 02-03-2012 05:54:22  
We have one of those city's here in Illinois!!! It Is taking over the north-east part of the state.



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Joe Young

02-03-2012 02:46:05




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 Re: Hay Bro., More Dirt Back At You From Clinton Camp Farm in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-02-2012 15:41:04  
Loren

You sure live in a beautiful corner of the world. I particularly enjoyed the pictures of the farmstead with the hills and lake as a backdrop. Never saw a jon boat behind a buggy before either.... That one brought a smile to my face as well.

I see an Aardvark found it's way into your neighborhood.... I ran one of those for a local farmer when I was in college. He had the Aardvark and a new 1586. After a few hours the operator of the 1586 and I switched. The switch made both of us happy.... - Joe

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oleclint

02-02-2012 20:00:32




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 Re: Hay Bro., More Dirt Back At You From Clinton Camp Farm in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-02-2012 15:41:04  
Thanks for those great photos. It was interesting to see that hiway sign that pointed the cross hiway was U S rt. 20 As I lived on Rt.20 in the 1950 s in N W. Ill. Always good to see another part of our country and how farming is done in other areas . clint



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Craig C

02-02-2012 16:51:57




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 Re: Hay Bro., More Dirt Back At You From Clinton Camp Farm in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-02-2012 15:41:04  
Those are great pics. I would love to have a view like that one of the big rock sticking up out of the water. Had a 2+2 like the one in the pic, and still have a Maxxum loader tractor. I like to see well maintained 80s-90s model equipment still in service, doing the job. I've never had a Magnum, as all our bigger tractors are green, but dad toured the plant when they launched the magnums back in the day. And later he demoed one on the farm. It was sorta unfair to the CaseIH dealer to bring a 7110 2wd to a farm to demo with a 4440jd next door that was turning 165-170hp. Anyway, great set of pics. I love seeing tractors of that vintage still earning their keep.

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Mark Cowan

02-02-2012 16:35:54




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 Re: Hay Bro., More Dirt Back At You From Clinton Camp Farm in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-02-2012 15:41:04  
Pretty country .........and a pretty farm....you go fishin ....but I'm thinking there's rowing.......no motor there



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Case Nutty 1660

02-02-2012 16:31:50




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 Re: Hay Bro., More Dirt Back At You From Clinton Camp Farm in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-02-2012 15:41:04  
thanks for the tour Bro!!!! sure is pretty out your way cnt



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