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    Platinum Member corey9212's Avatar
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    Default I love farmers daughters

    Lol, now that I got your attention. I really do love my better half. I get approved for a 5085M and was told that it would be here mid July. Being a farmers daughter and loves her tractor she can't wait that long so she gets on the phone with the dealer and now I'm getting a 5115M that will be here in two weeks for only $4000 more. If it was any other woman I bet she would look at me and roll her eyes cause it is more HP, but not her, she loves watching me work in the tractor. My only sacrifice would be instead of the 32/16 transmission it would be a 16/16 transmission but everything else is the same. So this thread it to announce my new baby and to give thanks to my better half.
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    Veteran Member GolfAddict's Avatar
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    Default Re: I love farmers daughters

    Any advice for our young single members on landing a catch like that?

    Congratulations! And, of course you know, we'll be expecting pictures.

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    Default Re: I love farmers daughters

    Congratulations on having both: A new Tractor and a Loving, understanding and A best Friend for a Wife. Best wishes to the BOTH of you.
    The PUPIL who does not surpass his Master, fails his Master.

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    Default Re: I love farmers daughters

    A real farmer's daughter has proper appreciation for the right tools for the job.

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    Default Re: I love farmers daughters

    Can she get me a 5115M as well? lol I too married a farmers daughter, she sure has a long honey do list with all the horses that we have! 25+ at last count. I just wish I could get her to make the tractor payments for me lol.
    '11 John Deere 5083E, 563NSL Loader, MX10 Mower, 78" Bucket, Forks/Bale spear (interchangeable)
    L3400 Kubota HST Loader, finish mower, rake, scraper blade, Gin pole, Kustom Fab front hydraulic snow plow (Inspired by ASGAR),

    '01 International 4700 LP, DT530, Allison MD3060, Air Ride, Crew Cab
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    Default Re: I love farmers daughters

    Quote Originally Posted by GolfAddict View Post
    Any advice for our young single members on landing a catch like that?

    Congratulations! And, of course you know, we'll be expecting pictures.
    Hang out in the "horse section" of the local farm store or Tractor Supply store.

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    Default Re: I love farmers daughters

    Just caught this thread... I guess your order DID CHANGE! Very nice; we should all be so lucky to have a wife who understands tractors and the men who love them. (Wives.. not tractors -- )

    AKfish
    "Most people want to live on top of the mountain, but all the happiness and growth occurs while you're climbing it."

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    Default Re: I love farmers daughters

    Can she make good cornbread?

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    Default Re: I love farmers daughters

    My wife is not a farmer's daughter, but she could have been as she loves living in the country and tractors.

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    Default Re: I love farmers daughters

    My house is full of farmers' daughters! My wife and my two girls are two generations of farmers' daughters!

    Congratulations on choosing the right girl and on the green baby!

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