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Case Nutty 1660

08-24-2012 11:59:06




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cut a drainage ditch for my neighbor with the 450, thought I would share cnt

Sorry about the double pic/post

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Ande

08-25-2012 05:30:01




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 Re: different day different job in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-24-2012 11:59:06  
Tom,knowing you and it was your neighbor,you didnt charge much for the job
Nice pics Tom



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Case Nutty 1660

08-25-2012 05:54:08




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 Re: different day different job in reply to Ande, 08-25-2012 05:30:01  
you may know me too well Dan I never charged him at all good neighbors are hard to find, and I still will haul off the dirt, so I may just haul it to my place what the hay my work is "dirt cheap" cnt



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1370rod

08-24-2012 14:07:53




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 Re: different day different job in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-24-2012 11:59:06  
That looks like it would be fun to try. I guess one of the few good things about no rain is you did not have to fight mud. Looks like a 188 in the 450. Do crawlers have a good speed selection? Rod.



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Case Nutty 1660

08-24-2012 15:11:29




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 Re: different day different job in reply to 1370rod, 08-24-2012 14:07:53  
Rod the 450 have a two speed power shift that drive each track independently HI-N-LO so you can have full power in turns, then they have a HI/LO box also giving you four speeds and of course a Torque converter as well and yes the 450 had the 188 set at 52hp, cnt



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Craig C

08-24-2012 12:17:24




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 Re: different day different job in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-24-2012 11:59:06  
I like it. You're an optimist, hasn't rained much all year here, and I'm understanding not in your area either. But an optimist will know, water will flow some time. As I am thankfull for the beans I planted the tenth of July for the second time. It finally rained, and they have a good chance to make a crop. Have you gotten any moisture to have an alfalfa crop yet? My third cutting was just a weed clipping, and insecticide trip, but the forth will be pretty good. I could cut it now for quality, but will wait a bit for yield. My first was 170 RFV, so I was happy being new to the crop. Have a good one.

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Case Nutty 1660

08-24-2012 12:30:52




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 Re: different day different job in reply to Craig C, 08-24-2012 12:17:24  
we have had less than a 1/2 inch of H20 since the first of may here and no on the alfalfa the only hay I cut besides my winter wheat and hay barley was a bottom that is subirragated from a pond that leaks I got 7 round bales about 1000 lbs from about 5 acres cnt



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oldtanker

08-24-2012 21:12:17




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 Re: different day different job in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-24-2012 12:30:52  
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We have been pretty dry here. I have one 2 acre field that I just cut and baled. I could not believe it....sandy loan, high ground.....3 1800 lbs bales (soft core baler only makes one size)....only thing different... that's where I spread the chicken poo this spring!

Rick



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Bret4207

08-25-2012 04:49:04




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 Re: different day different job in reply to oldtanker, 08-24-2012 21:12:17  
This would have been a good year for drainage work. The beaver built a dam right over a wagon road and culvert here some years back. This would have been the perfect summer to push it over to where I wanted the dam. But, the D4 is in pieces at the moment and will be for some time. Figures, eh?



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Jimmie D. Phelps

08-25-2012 07:45:19




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 Re: different day different job in reply to Bret4207, 08-25-2012 04:49:04  
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I thought the Sodbuster bill was still in effect. I states under wetlands the a wetland (and size pond or lowland the local asa office say is) cannot be altered in any way.--drain, filled. That draining means cannot have holes drilled in it to drain or any ditch put in.. Also if you have a drainage ditch it cannot be made bigger or smaller. I have a drainage ditch that was put in before the law and I have to leace it alone. The picture is of this ditch runnin afer a big rain in 2010.

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Jimmie D. Phelps

08-25-2012 07:46:58




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 Re: different day different job in reply to Jimmie D. Phelps, 08-25-2012 07:45:19  
Sorry about spelling, but every time I go back to correct it I lose the message.



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