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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutty72 View Post
    Spreading manure on an open station tractor... that's gotta be fun...
    Yes it is.

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    Waited until the grass dried after the showers this morning and then an all-hands man your mowers: Me on the 4720 with 7ft RMFM, my wife and her oldest brother on riding mowers. We set a new record of just under two hours to mow about six acres. The next dry day I'll mow the last little bit behind our garage,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georgia_Johndeere View Post
    Thought I would start a thread about what you did on your property, farm or ranch today.
    Maybe there’s a thread that already exists. I'm sure someone will let me know.

    Id love to see what other people are up to and exchange ideas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmich View Post
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    What ever do you mean by that.
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    That’s what I’m wondering. I do a lot in an open station tractor.
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    Well, I've given it some thought I suppose I wouldn't want spread slurry on an open station, but just plain old manure guess we weren't that rich.
    Quote Originally Posted by rtgt View Post
    Yes it is.

    All we ever had / used.
    I remember spreading manure growing up, had an old IH spreader on the back of a cabbed 4630.
    There was a LOT of chunks of manure that ended up on/hitting the cab/back glass and tractor in general. With no cab, that ends up on the operator.
    Maybe it was the beater bar design on our spreader... but it doesn't sound like a good time to me.
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    Ahhhh, the sweet aroma of the dairy farm. Brings back memories. And some of them are good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutty72 View Post
    I remember spreading manure growing up, had an old IH spreader on the back of a cabbed 4630.
    There was a LOT of chunks of manure that ended up on/hitting the cab/back glass and tractor in general. With no cab, that ends up on the operator.
    Maybe it was the beater bar design on our spreader... but it doesn't sound like a good time to me.
    Must have been your beaters. Never had that happen, ours throws it at a 45 degree angle from the beaters away from the spreader out the back. Like any seat time I don’t mind it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Kubar View Post
    Ahhhh, the sweet aroma of the dairy farm. Brings back memories. And some of them are good.
    Always knew I was getting close to home driving up from NC when I was in the Marines.
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    I don't have before pictures, but we finally got around to cleaning out some of the crap the previous owners left in our barn. Pro tip, if you don't want something, and/or it's garbage, throw it in the barn, problem solved. Because of that, I have been parking the tractor between the stalls instead of in the equipment storage bay because there wasn't enough room. Got that area cleaned out today, and revised the parking situation. Still gotta get rid of the 285 (it's behind the AMT), but felt like good progress today.
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    My son tilled a strip behind the neighbor’s pond for his dove food plot with the old 112. They seeded it with a sunflower mix and then he rolled it in with his 317 and roller, no pics of that as it was nearly dark by then. Quite a few rocks and roots back there so he lost the belt a few times.
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    The 193t decided to have issues today, so I finally took my new MS462 out. The trees were way too small for it, but it is a great saw. Felled some trees interfering with the back fence line, and a few others that are in the way of my current project. The previous owners didn't maintain the fences at all, this is the worst of the lot.
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    A lot of saw

    Quote Originally Posted by The Satch View Post
    The 193t decided to have issues today, so I finally took my new MS462 out. The trees were way too small for it, but it is a great saw. Felled some trees interfering with the back fence line, and a few others that are in the way of my current project. The previous owners didn't maintain the fences at all, this is the worst of the lot.
    That's a lot of saw. Shouldn't have had any problem at all with those trees.

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