The donkey and horse used to pile their manure near that rock,, so I guess the manure is responsible for the large size,,,
Oh, yea, the donkey never had a name,,
I named the horse the same as then name my brother gave to his prize yellow lab dog,,
I only did that to irritate him!!
Some of the tractors include JD 4105, JD 855, JD 650,,,, and,,, the IH 584 4WD
My favorite attachment is the homemade landplane,,, EVERYONE needs one of those!!
This new fuel tank was set and anchored with 4-1000lb. concrete anchors last Friday. The hole was 11ft. deep. The 12,000 gallon tank was supposed to be partially filled with diesel, but the delivery didn't make it for some reason.
This morning, after 7.5" of rain the tank is now a floating boat. Not sure who is footing the bill on this redo, but it won't be cheap. The guy I talked to said that the tank would have to be recertified before it can go back into the ground.
The water in the hole is being pumped into frac tanks and has to be tested before it can be discharged.
(Oct. 1, 2013 Used with 20hrs.)
H120 loader -- 60D AutoConnect MMM --Frontier RB2060 blade -- Modified RIO -- Northstar Sprayer -- Fimco Spreader -- Ken's Bolt On Grab Hooks.
I get a picture this week of a rock I moved manually. A friend and I each had about 100 hours in, and 48 of its 50’ move happened in a couple hours. The surrounding soil and height above grade didn’t look that bad, I probably would have gone for a deeper hole next to it.