Comments on: Warming Up http://blog.mahindrausa.com/2007/04/23/warming-up/ farm blog, farming blog, country blog, country living blog, livestock blog, rural lifestyle blog Fri, 26 Jul 2013 14:50:13 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.2.1 By: Kevin http://blog.mahindrausa.com/2007/04/23/warming-up/comment-page-1/#comment-5272 Kevin Tue, 24 Apr 2007 17:53:28 +0000 http://blog.mahindrausa.com/2007/04/23/warming-up/#comment-5272 Joel, Family & Friends, I think you pretty much summed up spring on any farm, too much to do, and too few hours to do it. Glad the kids have had time to go play down at the creek and spend time with Dad, just watching Animal Planet. (The guys at work used to tease me about watching it or the Food Network in the break room. Now when I go in there it seems that some of them are watching it.) My next door neighbor bought an eight foot 3 pt tandem disc from a guy who rebuilds ones he buys at farm sales. Because of the all the no or minimumal till planting that folks are doing around here the twelve to twenty foot folding discs bring very little, and the smaller ones barely bring scrap price. You might watch either implement dealers or auctions to see if any of them are coming up for sale. If you got a 16 footer you can make two discs out of one, keeping one for yourself and sell the other to recoup part, if not all, of your out of pocket expense. Take care, and have a great week! Joel, Family & Friends,
I think you pretty much summed up spring on any farm, too much to do, and too few hours to do it. Glad the kids have had time to go play down at the creek and spend time with Dad, just watching Animal Planet. (The guys at work used to tease me about watching it or the Food Network in the break room. Now when I go in there it seems that some of them are watching it.)
My next door neighbor bought an eight foot 3 pt tandem disc from a guy who rebuilds ones he buys at farm sales. Because of the all the no or minimumal till planting that folks are doing around here the twelve to twenty foot folding discs bring very little, and the smaller ones barely bring scrap price. You might watch either implement dealers or auctions to see if any of them are coming up for sale. If you got a 16 footer you can make two discs out of one, keeping one for yourself and sell the other to recoup part, if not all, of your out of pocket expense.
Take care, and have a great week!

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