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    Veteran Member BTDT's Avatar
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    Default Seen any cotton trailers around...

    I have a project that I want to finish before next spring, but it involves a cotton trailer. They seem to be pretty scarce these days. I am sure I'll find one locally (Kaufman county, Texas), but I will just have to search some of the old farms around here. Just wondering about your neck of the woods.

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    Default Re: Seen any cotton trailers around...

    Quote Originally Posted by BTDT
    I have a project that I want to finish before next spring, but it involves a cotton trailer. They seem to be pretty scarce these days. I am sure I'll find one locally (Kaufman county, Texas), but I will just have to search some of the old farms around here. Just wondering about your neck of the woods.
    I've always thought if you ask the postman and the propane distributor, they are the only people who visit every farm and know what's parked behind every barn in their territory.

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    Default Re: Seen any cotton trailers around...

    Good idea. Might save me some steps.

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