Free Roccks

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Frankenkubota

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Location
Carthage NC...Deep in the woods
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Kubota MX 5800, SkidPro 4 in 1, Ratchet rake, SkidPro pallet forks
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herm0016

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May 15, 2018
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537
Location
LONGMONT CO
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Cub Cadet 1641, AC 5020
i have been collecting them around here, though in the last few months, the "free rocks" have dried up. now everyone wants 5 bucks a piece for 4-6 in rock, and for you to come move them out of their back yard. I think not. I did pay a guy 100 bucks to load my trailer full of boulders with his Cat backhoe from his property though. I may have been a bit overloaded, and my tractor can barely pick some of them up.
 
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Thomas

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Lebanon,NH.
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Kubota B2650HSD w/Frontloader & CC LTX1046 & Craftman T2200 lawn mower.
Good for stonewall boundary markers etc. flower garden always use for rocks. :thumbsup:
 
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DIYOrangeDave

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Jan 5, 2019
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Location
Centre Rawdon, Nova Scotia, Canada
Tractor
Kubota BX25D-1
You don't need 'em anyway!
There are hundreds of billions of rocks in Nova Scotia!

I hear you! All my life I have collected pretty or interesting rocks. Since my Kubota the rocks have gotten bigger and the piles higher. It seems I get a new crop of rocks every year. No watering or fertilizing required, lol.
 

Mat4644

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Aug 31, 2009
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For ones over 24" local stone quarry gets $150 a ton. They are almost always sold out of them.
 
 
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