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    Default Need Advice on Finishing Mower: NH vs. Buhler/Farm King

    My local dealer has offered to sell me:

    a) a 72" NH 930B (New Holland North America: Products)

    or

    b) a Buhler/Farm King Y650 (Finishing Mowers - Buhler Industries Inc.)

    for the same price.

    The Farm King is comes in side or rear discharge, and the NH looks like it only comes in side discharge.

    I need to decide over the weekend.......

    So, please let me know your opinion: Which one would you get, and why?

    Thank you.

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    Default Re: Need Advice on Finishing Mower: NH vs. Buhler/Farm King

    If you have a NH tractor, I guess I would go with the NH mower just to have a matched set. Resale value may be higher on down the road. As long as you don't let grass get too high between mowings, side discharge shouldn't be a problem (your conditions may be otherwise). Good luck on your decision.
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    Default Re: Need Advice on Finishing Mower: NH vs. Buhler/Farm King

    Quote Originally Posted by BTDT
    If you have a NH tractor, I guess I would go with the NH mower just to have a matched set. Resale value may be higher on down the road. As long as you don't let grass get too high between mowings, side discharge shouldn't be a problem (your conditions may be otherwise). Good luck on your decision.
    Thanks, I took your advice.......

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