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  1. #31
    Veteran Member chim's Avatar
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    Lancaster County, PA
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    Kubota L3200, Ford 1210

    Default Re: 200 hours in a year and three months

    125.8 hours in the 5 months since the B7500 was delivered - and we've had the worst drought in long time here in PA................chim

  2. #32
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    Ontario, NY
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    JD 790 (2001)

    Default Re: 200 hours in a year and three months

    However, judging by your thread: "How to dress a pond", those hours were high quality hours. Many of my hours are "OOP's, May I'll do better next time!"

    Buck

  3. #33
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    Tescott, Kansas
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    Kubota M6040/cab

    Default Re: 200 hours in a year and three months

    I am certain that many of us would love to hear how Tractor Work compares to Cabinet making in terms of satisfaction and money.

    Well one one hand it gets me out of the shop to PLAY in the dirt, this is my Therapy! with out it I would go nuts. 40 hrs per week in the shop and I try to get 40 hrs for the tractor evenings & weekends. The tractor does make more clear money. But it sure is nice to unload trucks with the tractor.
    DDT

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  5. #35
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    Ontario, NY
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    JD 790 (2001)

    Default Re: 200 hours in a year and three months

    Scott,

    Hanging around cardboard boxes is what one man does in FLA:

    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.recoilmag.com/news/area_husband_pretends_0702.html/>GettingAway</A>

  6. #36

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    Location
    Illinois
    Tractor
    New Holland TC45D

    Default Re: 200 hours in a year and three months

    280 Hours in 18 months. I guess that is 7 work weeks. Mostly blade, FEL, and backhoe work.

    It also works out to a whopping 70 hours per acre on my lot. Of course I have done a few jobs on the side but still my land has seen a lot of work!

    JT

  7. #37
    Gold Member FamilyFarm's Avatar
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    Location
    Crane, MO
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    Kubota L4740HST, Kubota RTV 1140 Camo

    Default Re: 200 hours in a year and three months

    45 hours in 2 months. Bush hogging, mowing, lots of FEL use, 2-3 hours BH, minor blade work, and a couple of hours just riding around in the woods (this is my 4-wheeler - can't wait to haul a deer out of the woods in the FEL!)

    Terry

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