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With my new 1959 farmall cub (ran when parked) up and running, although not complete, I got some cultivating done in the garden expansion. Also hilled the taters. You got to love those little cubs


 

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Doing a good job, the Cub will always have its uses. A mate of mine wants to buy mine, I told him no amount of money will buy it.(my arm won't be twisted) ;)
 

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Looks like its doing a good job. Thats a good looking garden and some very pretty country to go with it. I love the offsets.
 

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Doin a fine job Kirk. Is this the latest garden you did?? The one with all the rocks?
Yup, and the rock pile keep getting bigger. Every time I cultivate I spend the next day picking rocks. It will be nice to pick less rocks in years to come and have my soil inproved. I think next year I will adjust the cultivators and get some tighter rows for a better yeld. This project was kind of a last minute thing and I didn't think I'd be spending so much time picking rocks.
 

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Nice Job!!!
 

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Great looking garden. You can't beat cub.
 

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Very nice!
 
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