I really wanted a backhoe, but I found this 2015 with only 53 hours on it for $12k. Couldn't pass that deal up. I may end up adding one, who knows. I'm up over 100 hours on it already since it's used every single day.Good to know. One of the reasons I bought a $20,000 tractor was so I didn't have to pay someone to move these logs! My wife don't think it was a good enough reason :dunno:
Nice!I really wanted a backhoe, but I found this 2015 with only 53 hours on it for $12k. Couldn't pass that deal up. I may end up adding one, who knows. I'm up over 100 hours on it already since it's used every single day.
The opportunities to use this tractor are endless. I have a 71 planter that I used last year behind the X590 I have, but this year the 1025R took over prepping as well.Nice!
That's the great thing about them. You can add the backhoe whenever. It took me a week of deciding whether or not to get the backhoe. So glad I did. Already helped me get out of some swamp mud and dig a few things up.
Can't wait till I'm over 100 hours. Still at 10 hours after having for over 2 weeks. Lots of rain, holidays, and now on vacation
Just of when we got it switched over from a sleeve hitch to the 3-point setup. It's been so wet here, I finally got the last load of chicken manure tilled in. So as soon as it's dry enough, I'll take an actual video of planting.Any videos of the 71 planter?
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Awesome. Looks like he's having a blast!
That's just the feed they waste, no dead grass at all. In fact, I have to mow previous spots twice a week because of the manure left behind. Our layers will come over and clean up their feed mess.