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    We need a posting place for our tractor use , or lawn tractors doing the work around the place.
    The other Day i was brush hogging and made a couple passes true the old blueberry field, not much room for me or my Oliver getting into some of the spots.
    But i did find one ripe blueberry, the rest have a long ways to go. I left the berry for someone else.
    Have a lot of tractor trails that are still to wet for me to try.
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    Brothers Mulberry tree was loaded with berry's! Almost ripe enough to eat! Went back a couple of days later! All gone! Birds had a feast!

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    Since I've become slightly disabled, I've been using the tractor to run my game cams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by a9mmfan View Post
    Since I've become slightly disabled, I've been using the tractor to run my game cams.
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    You mean they fit on the PTO?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Vooch View Post
    You mean they fit on the PTO?



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    Well that green thing he's operating ,still has the paint on the bucket, you have to stop babying that tractor 9mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by no primers View Post
    Well that green thing he's operating ,still has the paint on the bucket, you have to stop babying that tractor 9mm.
    That was several months ago. You should see it now. It's kinda like the old joke... If the only tool you have is a hammer, everything starts to look like a nail.
    I use it as a pusher, puller, t-post driver, mower. and strangely enough a "tree pruner". I use to push over and uproot large (unwanted) cedars, and to trim the lower branches off of the hardwoods.
    The grill practically no longer exist, and I have had to replace 2 hydraulic hoses when limbs come past the bucket and pop them off.
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    I am on a new computer and no pictures on it yet, but I am here to say; A tractor with a front bucket is an old man's best friend!
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    I like the idea of a dedicated tractor area on the forum ... Here’s mine, been with me since 1996.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RiverRat1060 View Post
    I like the idea of a dedicated tractor area on the forum ... Here’s mine, been with me since 1996.
    Now that looks like a tractor, with them rear tires, nice, and you must live by rob, you still have snow.
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