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    Super Member MossflowerWoods's Avatar
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    I really like to backdraggrapplestumpgrindbuildburnpileclearlandfor pastureetc.

    Yeah, that's the ticket...



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    Managing 51 Acres of Virginia hills with ponds & streams, mature market timber, riding trails, empty pasture, long gravel drive, veggie garden, & yard.

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    Clearing deep snow from my elderly neighbor's driveway during in the winter and having them be so grateful for my help.
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    Rather than worry about the things you want but don't have, be grateful for the things you don't want and don't have.

    I didn't plan to do much of anything today, but by noon I was almost half done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bri View Post
    Does anyone here wash their tractor? Or is that too much trouble for something that gets dirty often?
    Both in the early spring when I remove the snow clearing implements and in the fall when I pull the mower deck, my tractor gets a complete power washing including underhood and underneath, and the wax goes on in the spring only. It never really gets dirty except for grass chaff and dust between washes, but I do blow it off with an electric blower after each mowing job.
    Rather than worry about the things you want but don't have, be grateful for the things you don't want and don't have.

    I didn't plan to do much of anything today, but by noon I was almost half done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CompactTractorFan View Post
    Yeah I rinse the BX off one in a while...The mower is a little hard to do...
    I see you are in need of a new toy! In the photo of your BX, you have a brush pile there that is in serious need of a grapple.
    Would the paymaster shell out???
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    Quote Originally Posted by AVIVIII View Post
    Mowing the upper field on my JD 430.



    and I definitely make sure to bring a few beers up with me for when I'm done!
    Thats a great photo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kioti Tom View Post
    I see you are in need of a new toy! In the photo of your BX, you have a brush pile there that is in serious need of a grapple.
    Would the paymaster shell out???
    Hmmm....there is no brush pile in the photo????
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDgreen227 View Post
    Clearing deep snow from my elderly neighbor's driveway during in the winter and having them be so grateful for my help.
    I think this is the first pic I have seen of you on a tractor.
    Kyle - CompactTractorFan

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    Quote Originally Posted by CompactTractorFan View Post
    Hmmm....there is no brush pile in the photo????
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    Quote Originally Posted by beppington View Post
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    Thats a bush without leaves., It look like he took the photo in the fall, or the winter. My wild blueberry bushes in my pasture could be mistaken as a brush pile in the winter, but in the early summer they give us blueberries for our pancakes all year round, and with about 120,000 gallons Maple Syrup made locally here in NH, it is a great combination. The only problem is the black bears like the blueberries also, and come into our pasture a lot, and eat our suet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NHmitch View Post
    Thats a bush without leaves., It look like he took the photo in the fall, or the winter. My wild blueberry bushes in my pasture could be mistaken as a brush pile in the winter, but in the early summer they give us blueberries for our pancakes all year round, and with about 120,000 gallons Maple Syrup made locally here in NH, it is a great combination. The only problem is the black bears like the blueberries also, and come into our pasture a lot, and eat our suet.
    I figured. I was just posting for Kioti Tom as to what he prob thought was a brush pile.

    Is this one of those redneck joke moments? "If your bushes look like brush piles ... you might be a redneck!!?"

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