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Case tractors at the Belmond Iowa show

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Mike Fitz

08-17-2013 17:59:05




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Some pictures of Case machinery I got to see today.

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Nick Nelson

08-18-2013 19:35:55




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 Re: Case tractors at the Belmond Iowa show in reply to Mike Fitz, 08-17-2013 17:59:05  
Mike thanks for coming to are show in belmond, iowa this weekend. That was mine and my dads case tractors and equipment except for the cc plowing. I plowed with the 600 and 4/16 a seires plow today



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jay-eye-see

08-18-2013 09:32:53




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 Re: Case tractors at the Belmond Iowa show in reply to Mike Fitz, 08-17-2013 17:59:05  
nice pictures, the cab on the 300B is interesting. Was that a factory option?
The cab reminds me of a 600 combine cab



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Mike Fitz

08-18-2013 09:06:17




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 Re: Case tractors at the Belmond Iowa show in reply to Mike Fitz, 08-17-2013 17:59:05  
They have a nice show there. Lots of running machinery, they were running the ensilage chopper but I didn't get a photo. They also have a good place to plow, and are welcoming to our little orginazition, that is getting harder to find every year. What is the Rantoul show all about? I've never heard about it before and heard about it several times in the past couple of weeks, it sounds neat. Mike

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1030 tom

08-18-2013 06:27:13




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 Re: Case tractors at the Belmond Iowa show in reply to Mike Fitz, 08-17-2013 17:59:05  
thanks great pictures ,wish i was there ,i am going to rantoul this week ,going to try to learn how to post pictures when i get back. tom



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SDLars

08-17-2013 20:41:53




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 Re: Case tractors at the Belmond Iowa show in reply to Mike Fitz, 08-17-2013 17:59:05  
Looks like a whole bunch of fun. Want to get a plow behind the LA and D again soon.



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Case Nutty 1660

08-17-2013 18:15:18




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 Re: Case tractors at the Belmond Iowa show in reply to Mike Fitz, 08-17-2013 17:59:05  
great shots and equipment and the plowing looks like a great job as well
cnt



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NickatKY

08-17-2013 18:10:52




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 Re: Case tractors at the Belmond Iowa show in reply to Mike Fitz, 08-17-2013 17:59:05  
That's some nice equipment !!!!!!
Hard to pick a favorite!!!
Thanks for posting,
Nick



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