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powermax_paul
Isn't that opening day of fishing? The one day I set the tractors aside and run around with my two-stroke. Oh-Well...Have fun Guys! Paul
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The fish will always be there!!! It was hard to come up with a weekend that seemed to work for everyone. Fish on Saturday and Plow on Sunday. When else can you try you 314 out against a Deere 140 or a Cub 1450? I will have my Category 0 Earthcavator there if anyone wants to try one out.
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powermax_paul
Rob, All kidding aside, it sounds like a lot of fun and even though I'd like to make it, I probably wouldn't be able to anyway. Fishing or no fishing I have to get my 1/2 acre sweetcorn patch prepped, sprayed and planted in May. It has to be rototilled this time around. Even with a 48" tiller on a 9020, it will take a good half day anyway plus setup and then spraying. So with planting, it'll take me two weekends. Take lots of pictures and have fun! Maybe send me a pic of a Cat 0 earthscavator sometime. I can't say I've ever seen one. Paul
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Sorry I didn't get back to you guys earlier on this. Our site is hosting a Tillage and Show Day in Menomonie WI. All makes are welcome. We have about 10 acres to play with, sandy loam soil that should really polish up those brinly plows. Email me direct if you have some questions. Would sure be neat to see a 725 and a Deere 110 plowing together in the same furrow!!! I can post a map if anyone is interested.
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Yep, sorry, it's May 5th. WeekEnd Freedom Machines.org Spring Warm-Up and Tillage Day May 5, 2002 Menomonie, WI The Andre Kraft farm 3 miles south of Menomonie on Highway 25. All makes are welcome. This is still in the planning stages, but it looks like we have about 10 acres to play with. Check back for additional details as things develop. Or drop me an email. Any ideas from the club for this would be great. Chad Kraft will be hosting this event on his brothers place. Plows, discs, blades, tillers, Earthcavators ... any ground engaging tool is welcome as is any make of tractor.
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