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Thought I would take advantage of a day off and cooler weather and get some mowing done yesterday. Due to work schedule things got a little hairy last year maybe I can stay ahead this year. Aint done yet but got one hill done anyway.











 

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Re: Got some bush hoging done yesterday

Looking good what are you mowing with Gordon?
 

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Thanks to both. I mowed it with a 7ft woods pull type I bought at a sale about six years ago. Its a late 70's early 80's model. I pulled it with a 2150 JD spun out wide. Its funny how a picture can take the slips and the steep out.
 

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Beautiful property and good looking work! :)
 

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Why not fence it off and get a steer in the spring? Take care of the mowing chores, and fill the freezer come fall?
 

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got to do that myself next weekend, or itll end up being too thick by the end of the year! Nice place!
 

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A pretty patch of ground Gordon. How steep is the slope?
 

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That's a decent piece of work right there.
 

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Re: Got some bush hoging done yesterday

Jim in NC said:
A pretty patch of ground Gordon. How steep is the slope?
I dont know the degrees but when I get to the steep ones I'll try and get a couple of pics of the tractor on them. Heres a couple of pics I found of the " backbone" we call it which is smooth and dont have any slips.








 
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