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    Quote Originally Posted by Treefarmer View Post
    We usually wait just a bit for mowing pasture and miss most of the wildlife with the rotary mower.

    However, cutting hay is different and it's right in the middle of the nesting/fawn season for us. I try my best but it's not unusual to hit a fawn or two or break up a turkey nest with the mower. A disc mower is pretty tough on things and the ground speed is high enough to make it almost impossible to spot hidden creatures in time if they are down flat and don't move at all.

    It's not a fun part of the process but then, not all farming is fun.

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    I run alot in the lowest gear and still hit things on occasion. Last one was a calf in the tall grass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bfloyd4445 View Post
    I like having snakes around. I have a couple of rather large gopher snakes keeping the underground critters under control in my yard. Trouble with snakes is that they may only eat 2 to four meals in a year.
    That king snake looks to me like he is out hunting give him plenty of room.
    He was a small one compared to what I usually see. I ran across a 5 ftr and FAT king snake a few weeks ago. I usually see a copper head at least once a yr and those get killed. I don't care much for snakes but black and king snakes can get a pass.
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    Here's a video of hilling potatoes with our homemade hiller.
    Hilling potatoes 2019 - YouTube
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Here's a video of hilling potatoes with our homemade hiller.
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    that was strangley satisfying to watch, hahaha. now i feel i need one of those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RacenJason View Post
    that was strangley satisfying to watch, hahaha. now i feel i need one of those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Here's a video of hilling potatoes with our homemade hiller.
    Hilling potatoes 2019 - YouTube
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    Hey gentlemen. My brother is thinking about getting a brush hog for his new 2032R. He’s got a Tractor Supply pretty close. I’m recommending the six footer over the five footer. Anybody see any problems? Recommendations? I appreciate the feedback. Thanks.
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    I have a 6 footer on a 2032 and it works great, I think this is the best size cutter for the large frame 2Rs. But my recommendation is to skip the tractor supply stuff and go to your (his) JD dealer. I paid 1800 for an RC2072 with front and rear chains and a slip clutch. The Country line model is inferior to that and doesn't have either of those options (it uses a sheer bolt). If you were to order the Frontier without them, you would be close in price to the County Line.
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    The tractors got a bath today, along with some nano-wax on the shiny bits. The stuff is very easy to put on, takes no more time than towel drying. It doesn't last as long as carnuba, but it does last a good month or so, and since carnuba is a giant pain to put on, this is a no-brainer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    He was a small one compared to what I usually see. I ran across a 5 ftr and FAT king snake a few weeks ago. I usually see a copper head at least once a yr and those get killed. I don't care much for snakes but black and king snakes can get a pass.
    Snakes do a lot of good and if left alone they never hurt anyone, even copperheads. They are not inclined to chase you down and attack you they are happy just taking care of the vermin that go along with humans like rats mice etc.
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