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    Quote Originally Posted by EBhunts View Post
    Well, we had a solid 5 days straight without rain so I took the opportunity to try and get some projects done on my hunting property.

    Took the 4 wheeler out to spray glyphosate and promptly buried it to the frame. Had to use the 2025 and a bunch of chain to drag it out.
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    You rewminded me of a long time friend a citrus farmer that also loved roundup. He died from cancer they attributed tyo his heavy exposure to roundup<glyphosate right?>. His wife no longers allows the use of it on there farm. Agent orange and roundup are closely related compounds produced in the same factories by the same company both well documented carcinogens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfloyd4445 View Post
    You rewminded me of a long time friend a citrus farmer that also loved roundup. He died from cancer they attributed tyo his heavy exposure to roundup<glyphosate right?>. His wife no longers allows the use of it on there farm. Agent orange and roundup are closely related compounds produced in the same factories by the same company both well documented carcinogens.
    Hmmm...not sure that Iíd say I loved glyphosate. Itís merely a tool I use once a year to control weeds. Like any tool itís always a good idea to use PPE when using it.
    We could probably both quote countless articles from both sides of the debate for its safety, Iíd suggest based on my reading that it not settled science on its links to cancer. But thatís merely my opinion based on what Iíve read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EBhunts View Post
    Hmmm...not sure that I’d say I loved glyphosate. It’s merely a tool I use once a year to control weeds. Like any tool it’s always a good idea to use PPE when using it.
    We could probably both quote countless articles from both sides of the debate for its safety, I’d suggest based on my reading that it not settled science on its links to cancer. But that’s merely my opinion based on what I’ve read.
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    The issue with the compound dosent end after application as it gets into what ever your growing then if you eat it it becomes part of you. You are doing the correct thing something that most people do not do in regards to chemical safety
    Tyvek is not liquid proof. Hey, where is your hard hat. or were you born with onbe built in like me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EBhunts View Post
    Hmmm...not sure that Iíd say I loved glyphosate. Itís merely a tool I use once a year to control weeds. Like any tool itís always a good idea to use PPE when using it.
    We could probably both quote countless articles from both sides of the debate for its safety, Iíd suggest based on my reading that it not settled science on its links to cancer. But thatís merely my opinion based on what Iíve read.
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    You sound like smokers i know that insist smoking won't hurt you and there is no scientific evidence to prove it does. All my smoker friends died of lung cancer cept one and she is still alive at 86 and still smoking. Do you need to be shot with a bullet to recognize that bullets can harm you? Agent orange killed thousands and so has roundup but you don't hear that advertised.

    Hey, its your life. I use no chemicals I use the dragon or bush hog. Dragon kills all around the house and uses no chemicals.Here is a utube of how the red dragon works Row Crop Flaming - YouTube
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    Picked up a new to me 4ft county line rotary cutter. Guy who had it mowed his garden 3 times and otherwise stored it in garage. I assembled a gazebo kit for him in exchange. He threw in a ďpig poleĒ (idk actual name) also cause it was the last implement he had left after selling his tractor. Great trade for me. Itís not quick hitch compatible but cuts great.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wvdeere View Post
    Picked up a new to me 4ft county line rotary cutter. Guy who had it mowed his garden 3 times and otherwise stored it in garage. I assembled a gazebo kit for him in exchange. He threw in a ďpig poleĒ (idk actual name) also cause it was the last implement he had left after selling his tractor. Great trade for me. Itís not quick hitch compatible but cuts great.


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    I had what looks to be the same cutter, it was quick hitch ready with zero modifications, take a closer look. You may be all set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    I had what looks to be the same cutter, it was quick hitch ready with zero modifications, take a closer look. You may be all set.
    The Belen made ones have a piece of flat stock welded across the front just below the bolt that holds the rear angled supports. Others I have seen just have a bushing on the angle brace bolts and that is where you QH attaches. If you look close at his picture you can see the flat stock piece makes it totally not QH compatible without mods.

    So Based on the pic the front of his looks like this photo.Click image for larger version.†

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeagerHair View Post
    The Belen made ones have a piece of flat stock welded across the front just below the bolt that holds the rear angled supports. Others I have seen just have a bushing on the angle brace bolts and that is where you QH attaches. If you look close at his picture you can see the flat stock piece makes it totally not QH compatible without mods.

    So Based on the pic the front of his looks like this photo.Click image for larger version.†

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    That sucks, the Tarter County Line is set up right. Do the pins measure up correct should that be modified?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeagerHair View Post
    The Belen made ones have a piece of flat stock welded across the front just below the bolt that holds the rear angled supports. Others I have seen just have a bushing on the angle brace bolts and that is where you QH attaches. If you look close at his picture you can see the flat stock piece makes it totally not QH compatible without mods.

    So Based on the pic the front of his looks like this photo.Click image for larger version.†

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    Thatís the exact one I have.


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