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  1. #11
    Gold Member
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    Jun 2004
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    274
    Location
    Goodrich IL
    Tractor
    Branson 4720

    Default Re: A new Branson owner

    Quote Originally Posted by gldwing57 View Post
    I like you combination Branson and Jubilee, I have a 3510 and a 2000 series Ford very different tractors doing differnt jobs for me
    Yep, the Jubilee is in real nice shape so I run it easy, finish mower, pull trailer.....
    The Branson is the work horse
    Gene
    Branson 4720
    1953 Golden Jubilee

  2. #12
    Member
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
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    34
    Location
    Royse City, TX
    Tractor
    Branson 2810

    Default Re: A new Branson owner

    Quote Originally Posted by Lunk View Post
    Congrats!

    By the look of the smile on the young-un's face -You have a willing operator too!

    Lunk.
    Well sure enough she got her chance last week and did a good job--a bit tentative, but managed to drive around the pasture and bush-hog a bit.
    Ace Ford
    Branson 2810 with BL10 FEL
    Just trying to keep the horses happy


  3. #13
    Gold Member
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    Apr 2008
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    Location
    WI
    Tractor
    TYM T353 HST / TX3500 Loader

    Default Re: A new Branson owner

    Quote Originally Posted by Ace Ford View Post
    Well sure enough she got her chance last week and did a good job--a bit tentative, but managed to drive around the pasture and bush-hog a bit.
    Even though I prefer to operate the tractor myself, It's great to have someone available to take a few laps for you when it's been a long day...

    Have a happy T-Giving!
    TYM T353 HST w/TX3500 Loader / Faver SCX526LT Grapple / Woods BB60X Rotary Mower / Bush Hog SBX65 Box-Blade

  4. #14
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    Oct 2009
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    Location
    Royse City, TX
    Tractor
    Branson 2810

    Default Re: A new Branson owner

    Our Branson posts have gone sorta quiet. Did everyone go indoors for the winter? It's been colder than usual here in TX. Lately, all I've done are move some round bales and the horses are going thru them like candy. I've left my bush hog on for balance when moving bales and that has worked fine. The one time I moved one without it on, it was very tippy.
    Ace Ford
    Branson 2810 with BL10 FEL
    Just trying to keep the horses happy


  5. #15
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    Jan 2008
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    4,423
    Location
    Ohio
    Tractor
    Branson 3510H, Simplicity SunStar (for sale this Spring), John Deere X750

    Default Re: A new Branson owner

    Quote Originally Posted by Ace Ford View Post
    Our Branson posts have gone sorta quiet. Did everyone go indoors for the winter? It's been colder than usual here in TX. Lately, all I've done are move some round bales and the horses are going thru them like candy. I've left my bush hog on for balance when moving bales and that has worked fine. The one time I moved one without it on, it was very tippy.
    I get more "tractoring" in this time year by moving snow than anything else. I need to get into the woods to remove some downed trees, but have not had the chance to do it yet. If I fiddle around too long the ground will thaw out and I'll have to wait for the mud to dry

    Mark
    Hast weh getan, hast gut getan

  6. #16
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    Apr 2008
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    Location
    WI
    Tractor
    TYM T353 HST / TX3500 Loader

    Default Re: A new Branson owner

    Quote Originally Posted by Ace Ford View Post
    Our Branson posts have gone sorta quiet. Did everyone go indoors for the winter? It's been colder than usual here in TX. Lately, all I've done are move some round bales and the horses are going thru them like candy. I've left my bush hog on for balance when moving bales and that has worked fine. The one time I moved one without it on, it was very tippy.
    Not all members feel the need to chime in once a question's been answered. I fal into that camp...

    Me - I check the posts a few times a week, and contribute when I can. If I've got nothing to contribute, I don't. I do love the board though. I've gotten good ideas and great advice here, and I still bought one of those "off-brand" Korean tractors!

    I've been moving snow too, and lifting the "boy" up in the snow bucket to remove ice-dams...

    Be Good!

    Lunk
    TYM T353 HST w/TX3500 Loader / Faver SCX526LT Grapple / Woods BB60X Rotary Mower / Bush Hog SBX65 Box-Blade

  7. #17
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    Feb 2013
    Posts
    77
    Location
    Temple, TX
    Tractor
    Branson 3520R

    Default Re: A new Branson owner

    Hope to have my 3520R this weekend!!
    It's been about a month since I ordered it, and have been waiting on the dealer to replace the loader with a WEstendorf 170. Need the height to load a dump truck. The dealer hasn't been a real good experience, and I'm getting impatient. This is my first tractor, so I hope I chose wisely, and operating the Branson will be a much better experience then getting it bought and picked up.

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