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1030 at work in Cambodia

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07-06-2014 19:41:50

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Two 1030's working hard at 45 years old and a busted down Kubota 2004 MTD9000.

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07-08-2014 10:06:40

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 Re: 1030 at work in Cambodia in reply to Camboted, 07-06-2014 19:41:50  
There is a guy in our area that would take old case tractors with the chain drive rear ends and take the motors out of them clean all the oil out of them and ship them to countries like Cambodia and they would put per him better motors in them and use them for farming he was located just out of Woodstock IL and I just went by there and he had a lot of them setting around so must still be doing it he was some kind of social worker.

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07-09-2014 21:17:30

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 Re: 1030 at work in Cambodia in reply to KevinBfromIllinois, 07-08-2014 10:06:40  
Kevin I believe Camboted is the same guy from the Woodstock/Marengo area. Kevin B and I are also from Mchenry county

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07-06-2014 20:57:41

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 Re: 1030 at work in Cambodia in reply to Camboted, 07-06-2014 19:41:50  
Thanks for the update Ted. Any other pictures of some of the other Case that were sent over. You must be busy as I haven't seen many post from you.

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07-07-2014 02:42:41

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 Re: 1030 at work in Cambodia in reply to caseman-d, 07-06-2014 20:57:41  
Too busy! I've probably brought 150 case 30 series tractors to Cambodia. It got so many people bringing in used tractors from the US and re-building them that we've quit doing it as it is not really profitable. They are all over the country. We still bring in a few for training the orphan kids, but it is not what it used to be.

We've planted 1200 acres or rice this year, in addition to the 106 Church orphan homes and 4500 churches.

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John Saeli

07-07-2014 05:07:45

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 Re: 1030 at work in Cambodia in reply to Camboted, 07-07-2014 02:42:41  
Ted: How did the re-planting go?

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07-07-2014 19:50:46

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 Re: 1030 at work in Cambodia in reply to John Saeli, 07-07-2014 05:07:45  
Late note: As of July 8 evening a heavy rain shower was received. The rice we were trying to save has been plowed under and we have gone to Vietnam for more seed. The 435 acres that have been re-planted should emerge now. The 70 acres that we plowed under will be planted as soon as we can get on the fields. We will be short rice until December and still a little short on re-planting expenses. Thanks for your help!

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