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  1. grinder

    Electric tractors

    Yea, i do all my own tractor work. Even back when i farmed full time. Rarely hired help for tractor work.
  2. grinder

    Electric tractors

    Yeah, for serious firewood cutting, you cant beat a gas saw, but cutting brush i think a battery saw would be great
  3. grinder

    Electric tractors

    No, i expect not, but for small time hobby farmers, which is all i am now, im betting they would be good enough. I know these battery operated tools have come a long way. I have a 40v pole saw that will wear you out before the battery goes dead. Its real handy clearing bushes and lots of jobs...
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    Electric tractors

    Why could they not build an electric tractor without all the complicated automatic bs. I mean, a Farmall M, with state of the art batteries and electric drive, and forget all the other crap. For my uses, 6-8 hours run time would work, for a 10,000 acre crop farmer, it wouldn’t. Id install a...
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    Trophy Hunters Archery Club - Grayson, KY

    Id rather go to a 3-d traditional shoot any where, than just about anything else. My favorite get-a-way entertainment. Its just a different kind of people, my kind.
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    Trophy Hunters Archery Club - Grayson, KY

    Wow ! Good to hear…..
  7. grinder

    Trophy Hunters Archery Club - Grayson, KY

    Post up a schedule if they have one, id like to attend as well.
  8. grinder

    Garden watering

    Up until today the beans were lush and green. They flowered out, and turned yellow today, so they got watered too. I dont want tough green beans.
  9. grinder

    Garden watering

    Marsh mellows are no fail. Put one under the trap trigger, the other on top, where they can see it. That one they get for free, #2 costs ‘em.
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    Coons and more Coons

    Id just as soon go on and die……
  11. grinder

    Barndo projects

    Love the look! Really brings out the grain !
  12. grinder

    Garden watering

    I plan to start…, now !!!
  13. grinder

    Garden watering

    I bought that old m back in the early ‘90’s at an equipment auction for $300, drove it home, but barely. Pulled the head, had worked, dropped the oil pan , changed sleeves, rings, bearings, costed about $300,has run like a champ ever since. Had it painted and decalled after overhaul for $300.If...
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    Garden watering

    I used electrical tape to wrap many holes. I will use a smaller bit next time i make a pipe. My plan longterm is to have a pipe on each row, all connected to tank, and water all in one shot. Off of an elevated permanent tank, replinished by barn gutters, but this is working for now.
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    First fish of 2022

    Lucky dude, not just the fish and girl, but his Pop taking him. Nice looking fish, nicer looking gal, but we need to see her in ‘bowfishing attire’. From one pervert to another…..
  16. grinder

    Garden watering

    Just since yesterdays water, foilage unrolled. Ol Farmall still working at 76 years old.
  17. grinder

    Garden watering

    Tassling, and leaves rolling up. If it dont get water when it tassles, than no corn
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    Garden watering

    Picked a nice level spot last year up behind the barn, (90x 20 ft)tilled in a dump trailer load of manure, fertilized, limed, and grew a cover crop of wheat and turnips. Planted corn ,beans, pumpkins, 3 strands of electric all the way around it. Now, with this weather, its 250 yards from a...
  19. grinder

    Coons and more Coons

    Anybody i ever knew that had a pet coon got bit at one time or another. Not me. I never met one that was nice, of course they usually had a leg in a trap.
  20. grinder

    Coons and more Coons

    They will find a pile of his bones one day…..😳


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