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U&A

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Got a few loads like this today, may go get another in a few.
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You bring your tractor over and ill bring my 3120XP over.

I’m waiting for compact tractors to come out with tracks. Because I absolutely need them with the muddy swampy mess that I live in


Sent while firmly grasping my redline lubed RAM
 
Plowboy83

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@Plowboy83. What are the trees? in the distance in the second pic? I like that tractor but probably would be a little overkill on my 20 acres.
Hey Steve the trees is the background are eucalyptus. We have quit a few around here and some of them get pretty big. The tractor is really nice out in the field with the tracks in back and the front have suspended axle D734E624-2AD0-4C51-AF19-385DEB5A8520.jpeg
 
Backyard Lumberjack

Backyard Lumberjack

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small scale farming... not a view from the tractor, but one from over my garden fork. :D

finally got my summer bot leeks sets pot in ground, fall garden. bit root bound, but did ok. 120! that's a lot for me. now in 2'x2' square plot, heeled in more or less. 120 leeks, that's a first for me! I might need a 20 acres once I get to resetting... lol

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