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    Veteran Member RollingsFarms's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mace Canute

    Here you go...
    Haha forgot about Big Bud! Isn't the only 747 in existence owned by a guy in Montana or something?
    Great grandpa drove blue, grandpa drove green, dad drove red and I drive blue and green

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    Default Re: What Horse Power is adequate-76 acres

    You might get by with something smaller than that:

    JohnDeere 9560R 9R Series Tractors

    Bruce

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    Default Re: What Horse Power is adequate-76 acres

    PFFT a major would be plenty



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    Quote Originally Posted by D7E View Post
    What in the sam-h@ll kinda engine does that old, (looks like a Ford) have in it that could churn the tires and crank out that much black smoke?!!?

    Don't think I've ever seen that much smoke come outta that small a tractor, before!!

    AKfish
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    Default Re: What Horse Power is adequate-76 acres

    thanks guys for all th useful info, As I stated I'm not looking to barrel through

    the brush in a day. If it takes me a month to cut, that would be fine. I'm looking just to maintain it. Maybe someday plant 20 acrs of corn for the deer.

    I'm kind of partial to ford machinery, I know they sold there Ag to New

    Holland. I've heard alot of nusance complaints regarding there electrical systems from the locals. I would really like to get a used Ford 3910 or

    4610-4X4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKfish View Post
    What in the sam-h@ll kinda engine does that old, (looks like a Ford) have in it that could churn the tires and crank out that much black smoke?!!?

    Don't think I've ever seen that much smoke come outta that small a tractor, before!!

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    Default Re: What Horse Power is adequate-76 acres

    shes got 1 of them sweet jet turbine engines in her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbull338 View Post
    shes got 1 of them sweet jet turbine engines in her.
    Just a 1200hp ford truck engine

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