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What did you do WITH your tractor today? ie: plowing, hauling, tilling, etc.

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#3301 MH81 OFFLINE  

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Posted August 20, 2017 - 08:41 AM

Using Mr Roper to shave the grass next to Moms Driveway. Using the sod as fill in a low spot near the old pasture that's kinda tippy to mow. Hauling it with Loran's 7 and an old cart. Second operator is having fun too.

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Posted August 21, 2017 - 10:21 PM

Using Mr Roper to shave the grass next to Moms Driveway. Using the sod as fill in a low spot near the old pasture that's kinda tippy to mow. Hauling it with Loran's 7 and an old cart. Second operator is having fun too.

No wonder its tippy to mow!

Just giving you a hard time😃

Edited by Greasy6020, August 21, 2017 - 10:21 PM.


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Posted August 25, 2017 - 07:34 PM

This is has been going on for a few days now, but let me tell you a little story about this.

So, I built this deck. Under the deck, we are going to pour a concrete pad. Well, turns out, when we removed the old deck, we took way too much dirt away. So, of course we had to move "some" back. Well, the wife would not let me rent a machine and let's just say I told her it wasn't going to happen with a wheelbarrow and would take months to shift that much dirt. So, I got my chance to make my compromising solution on Monday, because it rained, and I turned my little snow plow into a small shovel. She said I wasted 4 hours of my time building it and could have been moving dirt with wheelbarrows in that time. I think I have since caught up and flew by the wheelbarrow method.

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Posted August 25, 2017 - 07:46 PM

H16XL with front blade got the call today.  Had 5" of rain over last weekend which always leaves a large deposit of sand & silt on both sides of the creek crossing.  Actually on the neighbors ground but I use it for my deer stand access. The sand and silt was about 2' deep and 4' wide.   Was solid enough to hold the tractor up, so pushed a little at a time back into the running water.  Only took about 30 min and had both side leveled out enough to get the quad across.


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Posted September 13, 2017 - 08:31 PM

Went for a cruise, and beat myself going across the hay field in the back on the moto mower 6020
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Posted September 25, 2017 - 11:08 PM

Parked em out of the weather

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Posted September 26, 2017 - 08:37 PM

Moved a ramp, dressed part of the driveway,

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Posted September 26, 2017 - 10:05 PM

Hauled straw for the chickens. 2 small squares fit in the dump trailer.

They don't come out very nice though.

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Posted September 28, 2017 - 08:26 AM

My neighbor bought the house next door and demolished and is working on getting the yard ready for grass so I took my 7112 and drag over and went over the area to smoothed it out.

 

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Posted September 29, 2017 - 05:30 AM

We have an area about 30' x 80' that I've been growing grasses, and buckwheat through the years with 1 or 2 rows of potatoes between and squash along one edge  . I mowed down the buckwheat a week ago and last night plowed in under with the Power King first pass was throwing it in away from the yard then each side towards , yea I now know , I ended up with a trench in the middle :wallbanging:    tired the cultivator at first but too much buckwheat stalks got stuck , put the disk on , that was better  but it was still not flat enough to plant winter rye . Ended up putting the rear blade to do a better job . I'll still need a little more work , maybe the David Bradley with the spike tooth harrow setting the spikes as flat as they can go so less chance of picking the stalks , we'll see



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Posted September 29, 2017 - 08:53 PM

Took the CC 1864 with front blade and leveled the pad area after the guys got the burnt building removed and hauled away.

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Posted September 29, 2017 - 08:55 PM

     On Thursday I tried plowing my brothers garden.  The plow set-up I had just wasn't making me happy.  So I stopped making a mess and took it back home.  I put the tractor back up on blocks and tried re-setting the plow. In the process of working on the three-point and plow I managed to push the tractor off the blocks.  I had forgotten to set the brake.   That was my cue to turn the lights off and go to the house.

     This morning after mowing the yard, I started on the set-up again.  After securing the brake and chocking the wheels I was able to get the set-up to what I thought would be adequate.    I then loaded up and returned to my brothers garden.  This time I was pleased with the results.  l was making some decent furrows, and was able to straight up some crooked ones from yesterday.   I had the plow set up to go 6" deep.  At times it went over seven inches deep.  I'll be putting a gauge wheel on it to control the depth.  This is actually an easy garden to plow, but it is still pleasing to cut a decent furrow.       Rick

    

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Posted September 29, 2017 - 09:00 PM

Tried out a new cultivater setup on the Gravely. Mixed results so far, too much garden trash on top to do a good job.
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Posted September 30, 2017 - 08:56 AM

Washed it today.20170930_083212.jpg

Aerated the lawn, and put down fetilizer today.20170930_143256.jpg 20170930_134505.jpg

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Posted October 05, 2017 - 12:05 PM

A burnout and some wheelies...

For the record it was my new craftsman LT beater, wouldn't beat on and abuse my garden tractors!





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