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Old 04-04-2008, 05:27 PM
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Show me Pics of You're Farm Tractors

I'd like to see what everyone is working for a Tractor, post up some pics of you're tractor in action or just by itself.

Here's my 1951 8n with a set of Half Tracks, this thing will go anywhere and guess what, yeah it's still a Ford all 27hp of it.


No it's not for sale, pic was taken when I bought it.





A couple of pics after playing in the snow.

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well not a typical tractor, but as close as ive got.


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Ok I'll play that game, Here a T190 Bobcat that I rented to build a platform for a Storage Shed. The bandage that you see on my right knee is about 4 days after ACL surgery, but hey I just switched it to hand controls, took my pain meds and went at it, broke all the rules, should have been on bed rest and operated machinery while taking prescription drugs, good time.


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New Holland 8870 pulling three challenger small balers.
Our Old 4020 with challenger small baler.
New Holland TN75 Pulling Our Hay Rake.
Hesston 9260 Swather.
My 7.3 Hauling the 9260
JD 8300 - Hesston Big Baler.
Got it Stuck HAHAHA


Just a few. I have plenty more,
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Old 04-04-2008, 06:17 PM
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I guess i will have to join in on the fun too. lol Here is my New Hollan L190.

-Building new jumps at our track. We found a culvert!!!




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I'm not into big time farming as you can see from the 8n, but what's a swather?
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Old 04-04-2008, 06:22 PM
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I'm not into big time farming as you can see from the 8n, but what's a swather?
o thats alright. you 8n looks like tons of fun. A swather is the machine that cuts the product ( hay, alfalfa, weeds ). Its kinda like a big lawn mower, but instead of scattering what it cuts, it puts it in a row for the baler to come and pick up. Hopefully that helps a little bit???
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o thats alright. you 8n looks like tons of fun. A swather is the machine that cuts the product ( hay, alfalfa, weeds ). Its kinda like a big lawn mower, but instead of scattering what it cuts, it puts it in a row for the baler to come and pick up. Hopefully that helps a little bit???
Yup that explains it, sounds like it eliminates the need for a hay rack to line it up for the baler.
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Yup that explains it, sounds like it eliminates the need for a hay rack to line it up for the baler.
We use our hay rake to rake two rows into one for when the hay is light or the field is rough.
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We use our hay rake to rake two rows into one for when the hay is light or the field is rough.
So the TN75 pulling the hay rake is making a single row out of tow? Like the single row to the right?
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