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Sugaring and my 430

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Bob Howe

03-13-2012 18:31:45




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Here in Connecticut, we are done with sugaring. Here is my 430 in front of the sugar house that I have with 2 other guys. We have a 2x6 evaporator and 185 taps. We made 43 gallons, which is ok, but not great. We have a kitchen on the side of the sugar house and the women folks make some great meals. This is just a fun weekend only operation, and a good way to make the winter go by fast with friends and family. We are giving hay rides through the woods because there is no snow here. We have a sled to pull behind the tractor if we get snow. Yes I know my tires are on backward, I tell people that it helps me back out of getting stuck:-)

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rbradk

03-14-2012 02:09:38




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 Re: Sugaring and my 430 in reply to Bob Howe, 03-13-2012 18:31:45  
Nice 430. Want a triple range for my next tractor. Ha been a weird winter for sure. Where in CT ? I'm southwestern corner

Brad K



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Bob Howe

03-14-2012 09:47:35




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 Re: Sugaring and my 430 in reply to rbradk, 03-14-2012 02:09:38  
I'm in Suffield (near the Mass border)



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D G Wells

03-13-2012 20:14:31




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 Re: Sugaring and my 430 in reply to Bob Howe, 03-13-2012 18:31:45  
That way you can "Get Back To The Sugar Shack". You have a great place there. Looks very inviting. Your tractor looks great too. Case tractors add lots of color all year long. Love 'em. ---Derrol in Texas---(Case LA Propane)



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Don Rudolph

03-13-2012 18:47:43




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 Re: Sugaring and my 430 in reply to Bob Howe, 03-13-2012 18:31:45  
Nice tractor and nice operation. Great way to spend time with friends and neighbors. Don



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TimBinWV

03-13-2012 18:35:51




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 Re: Sugaring and my 430 in reply to Bob Howe, 03-13-2012 18:31:45  
43 gallons? SWEET! (pun intended)

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