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    Default What Implement Will You Be Buying For 2011?

    Does anyone already know what specific implement needs they will have for the 2011 Crop year? Ken Sweet
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    Default Re: What Implement Will You Be Buying For 2011?

    I'm all set up unless I tear something up. I would not mind having a 2 bottom plow and disc but i can make do with 6' tiller.

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    Default Re: What Implement Will You Be Buying For 2011?

    rotary or flail mower. haven't decided yet. possibly a boom pole and tiller

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    Default Re: What Implement Will You Be Buying For 2011?

    1st on the list is another disc mower, then another hay rake.
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    Default Re: What Implement Will You Be Buying For 2011?

    Tiller 6ft... Sometime in Feb. after I recover from the $million dollars my wife has-- or is spending on christmas It is amazing what kids gifts cost these days Well I guess not kids- I should say its amazing what a 10yr girl and a 12yr old boys gifts COST.. But I cant complain much-- got a new kubota in July- so I guess I will shut up NOW

    AndyG
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    Default Re: What Implement Will You Be Buying For 2011?

    A 6 ft tiller is next on my list, but I'd consider a good heavy disc if I could find one at a decent price.

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    Default Re: What Implement Will You Be Buying For 2011?

    Quote Originally Posted by Agrantina View Post
    Tiller 6ft... Sometime in Feb. after I recover from the $million dollars my wife has-- or is spending on christmas It is amazing what kids gifts cost these days Well I guess not kids- I should say its amazing what a 10yr girl and a 12yr old boys gifts COST.. But I cant complain much-- got a new kubota in July- so I guess I will shut up NOW

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    Like to have a tiller. Aaron

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    10 or 12 foot disc, 7 shank chisel with spring trip, 10 or 15 foot rotary cutter.

    Ken if you want to make a run at these let me know. The chisel plow that I have has 3/4" thick shanks and I can't find them anywhere, so a new to me is in order.
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    Default Re: What Implement Will You Be Buying For 2011?

    Quote Originally Posted by blueriver View Post
    1st on the list is another disc mower, then another hay rake.
    What size disc mower? Ken Sweet
    http://www.sweetfarms.com/

    Sweet Farm Equipment LLC (Internet Sales, Shipping All States)
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    Ken Sweet sweet@scrtc.com

    Shipping Example: Can ship 800 lbs from Ky. to Dallas for $165
    The Northeast shipping corridor is a little more expensive.

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