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    Took the day off today as it was too nice to be sitting inside. Removed a couple of large oak stumps from one of my food plots. Backhoe and ripper got a good workout. Stumps were to heavy to pick up so I ended up flipping them end over end into the tree line.
    Decided to tempt fate and work in a lower portion of the same plot trying to get a drain unclogged with the backhoe. Ended up burying the tractor (yet again) so had to use the backhoe and small logs to get myself out. Made it out after about 20 minutes of messing around.





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    I am always impressed with the size stumps you guys pull out with these small backhoes.
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    Trip to the farm today, sprayed the Canary grass in the south pond, did some trimming there, where the house was & around the north pond picnic ground & cabin area. Then around three hours of mowing with the 755.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EBhunts View Post
    Took the day off today as it was too nice to be sitting inside. Removed a couple of large oak stumps from one of my food plots. Backhoe and ripper got a good workout. Stumps were to heavy to pick up so I ended up flipping them end over end into the tree line.
    Decided to tempt fate and work in a lower portion of the same plot trying to get a drain unclogged with the backhoe. Ended up burying the tractor (yet again) so had to use the backhoe and small logs to get myself out. Made it out after about 20 minutes of messing around.





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    Moving some trees with the new 2025R

    I recently upgraded from a 1025R to a 2025R and when I got the 2025R I picked up a grapple with it. This weekend I helped out a neighbor cut up and move a poplar tree with the tractor and the grapple worked great! Here is picture moving 12' sections of poplar.

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    Annual oil/filter change today and fuel filter. Nothing exciting to photo.

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    Disc vs. drum

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    It’s a core aerator. There are some good videos on YouTube on these. Basically pulls out a 3/4” plug of grass to open the soil helping with compaction. It can run up to 4-1/2 deep. I have never ran one before so I was running it much shallower. Then I seeded after it. Hopefully the seeds fall in the hole and grow back in. I have what I will call a farm yard you can add 1000lbs to it and it would probably take all of the 1000lbs to get it to 4.5 inches. I figured I would do the lawn shallower and the pasture deeper this year and see the results.

    Also figured out what a drum mower is. Looks like what we call a disk mower, just what we need, more implements with many names depending on where you live.
    At least for me, there is a difference between a disc mower and drum mower. Our disc mower has a series of disc driven by a cutter bar which is basically a hollow box filled with gears and oil with the discs on top of it.

    The drum mower has drums with discs hung from the top. The drums are much larger than the disc mower discs. The bottom of the drums has a plate that freewheels and rides on the ground. Same end result but different drive and attachment points.

    I'll let you know how the drum mower works next week. It's significantly less expensive than a disc mower. Not quite as wide a cut but a lot less .

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    Diversion ditches

    I spent time yesterday and today cleaning out diversion ditches. About once a year, I have to clean out accumulated leaves, sand etc. so the water can run away from the road rather than down the road. It's a slow process due to roots growing in them and tight spacing between trees. I also have to maintain a grade so I ended up using a back blade to cut the grade until I got to the end of the ditch. Then back over the pile and use the FEL to move the dirt and debris into a pile.

    The I took the 790 over to a cousin's land as he is looking to buy a tractor. Pretty much the same thing there, except the first time I went down diversion ditch which was overgrown with bushes my cousin thought I was nuts. No worries, the Piranha bar took care of them.

    After I started the process, I let him do the rest of the work except cleaning out around a culvert where he didn't trust himself to work. I'm pretty sure he will end up with a tractor, not sure of the color yet.


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    Another busy day, but the weather finally cooperated. I mowed the yard, tilled one of my wife’s gardens, tilled two gardens for friends/neighbors. Then finally got into the potato field, with any luck we’ll be planting in the morning.
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