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Roger - Kansas

03-27-2011 12:45:37




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Ive been watching the post below about saving old farm implements. A lot of good comments on both sides were made. A man once told me a tractor isnt any better than the plow it pulls. I started collecting implements 30??? years ago. I never heard a good comment about what I was buying from anyone at that time. Everyone else wanted tractors, I kept buying implements anyway. I collect Moline/Oliver but I have bought other brands to keep the scrappers from getting them. I posted a few picture of my stuff that is awaiting restoration. This is about a third of it; the rest is in two other locations in case of a tornado I wont lose everything. 1. Looking down the East row.
2. The plows in front dont belong to me. They are stored here because the owners dont have room to keep them in town.
3. The West row. MM QMA Chisels, MM Sickle Mowers, MM Drills. 4. Three Minneapolis Moline Hoe Drills. I would love to find 2/3 more to add to the set. MM 605 power unit in background.
5. One of my favorites mid 60s Minneapolis Moline oneway, a pair of MM Shur-Flex tillers is in the background waiting to be reassembled. Made an 1187 mile (one way) road trip to get them. 6. Plows Tumble bugs, mid 60s 3-16 MM rollover plow, 4-16 MM fully mounted plow, Oliver 415 Sickle mower, MM JA7 Sickle mower, 2 MM hay rakes. There is an 8 row MM planter hiding in there also.
7. Another one of my favorites MM Forage Harvester, I have the pick up head for it. 8. The 4-16 MM Semi mount plow I started farming with and the 8-16 Oliver plow I pulled for many years. The Massey Harris oneway on the left is sold and going east soon.

That almost completes a tour of the home place. Hope I have all the pictures uploaded and in order.

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mss3020

03-28-2011 13:49:59




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 Re: A few Implements. in reply to Roger - Kansas, 03-27-2011 12:45:37  
you put your wife to work mowing (by hand) and trimming around all those art projects dont ya.. he he.. VERY COOL PICS..



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Roger - Kansas

03-28-2011 19:52:04




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 Re: A few Implements. in reply to mss3020, 03-28-2011 13:49:59  
I don't mow anymore. Time and fuel bills made me switch to Goats. Less work, no fuel bills, small income from them and they are good entertainment.



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Roger - Kansas

03-27-2011 20:41:21




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 Re: A few Implements. in reply to Roger - Kansas, 03-27-2011 12:45:37  
The big oneway is a 20 foot Minneapolis Moline WR4000. Not many of them around. They left a lot of stubble on top of the ground to keep it from blowing.

Any time ya'll are in Winfield Ks look us up. You are welcome to look our "stuff" over any time. Roll into town and ask anyone where the Minneapolis Moline people are and they will send you to us, even if they don't us by name, every body knows how to find the Moline guys in Winfield

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Shaun Wallace

03-27-2011 19:41:10




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 Re: A few Implements. in reply to Roger - Kansas, 03-27-2011 12:45:37  
Thats big oneway. Kraus Im a guessing.



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usetob

03-27-2011 18:49:06




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 Re: A few Implements. in reply to Roger - Kansas, 03-27-2011 12:45:37  
thanks for the pix, very interesting!



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Rich Iowa

03-27-2011 14:16:09




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 Re: A few Implements. in reply to Roger - Kansas, 03-27-2011 12:45:37  
Oh, how I would love to stroll through there. I would be in heaven.



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paul

03-27-2011 13:52:55




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 Re: A few Implements. in reply to Roger - Kansas, 03-27-2011 12:45:37  
> 5. One of my favorites mid 60s Minneapolis Moline oneway, a pair of MM Shur-Flex tillers is in the

I never seen anything like that. Disk plows are very rare 'here' in s MN, and tend to be small things.

I assume that thing works something like a plow, or disk plow? Wow. Very different machine for what is 'common' here. Big too!

--->Paul



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