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Old 06-28-2012, 09:53 AM
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How about some vintage equipment?







Sadly I don't think I have any pics of any of the modern equipment doing anything..... probably not going to get any now that I have rented out everything and am looking to sell all the big hay equipment. Too bad too - running that windrower was one of the most relaxing things I think I ever got to do.
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Baby cotton

Been harvesting for a week now

Yeah, it was dry this year

Not ours but still cool
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That is a massive sh!t spreader right there, how many gallons does that thing hold.

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Wind damage from Irene last fall

Made combing a real bitch.
We had that happen a few years ago. We even tried combing one field at a 90* angle it was so bad. Ill have to dig up some pictures of that. We tired a corn reel that didn't hardly help at all, we could finially get something done after we put those screws/augers on the outer snouts like you have there
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Not very good but a couple I took a few weeks ago .


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Just a few more

Whoops, this is from last spring. I was trying to open up a wet spot so it would dry out faster. It didn't work out so well.

Our freight shakers.

My grandpa plowing his garden on a ferguson TO-20 and a two bottom plow. This is what he used to farm with. Big difference now.

Me playing around - had to rotary hoe some beans a few years ago. This wasn't even popping the clutch, It was slowly taking off in 4th gear and it would carry like that for about 30ft. Had to use the brakes to steer going down the road.
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Me playing around - had to rotary hoe some beans a few years ago. This wasn't even popping the clutch, It was slowly taking off in 4th gear and it would carry like that for about 30ft. Had to use the brakes to steer going down the road.
Nice Oliver!
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Just a few more

Whoops, this is from last spring. I was trying to open up a wet spot so it would dry out faster. It didn't work out so well.

Our freight shakers.

My grandpa plowing his garden on a ferguson TO-20 and a two bottom plow. This is what he used to farm with. Big difference now.

Me playing around - had to rotary hoe some beans a few years ago. This wasn't even popping the clutch, It was slowly taking off in 4th gear and it would carry like that for about 30ft. Had to use the brakes to steer going down the road.
Nice Ollie! What my grandpa farmed with back in the day now just run case ih now great pics guys

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Nice Ollie! What my grandpa farmed with back in the day now just run case ih now great pics guys

Sent from somewhere between the middle of the corn field
Thanks guys, we have 2 1650's yet. They pretty much just run augers now. I would really like another one to turn into a "pulling" tractor, nothing over the top like the big guys run though.
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My brother had an 1850 pulling tractor. He had it up around 200HP. The manure tank is an 8000 gallon, we run two like that. He couldn't compete with it either so it ran the manure pump until the motor died. Re had those mini augurs installed on the corn head last summer right after the storm

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