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This pic was taken on a late spring day from inside the barn looking towards the house after unloading hay. The shed posts make a neat frame.
 

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That trailer can haul about 100 bales and get in under the shed. ;)
 

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Beautiful picture, you are living the dream - no doubt! Does your super A have a fast-hitch? From the angle it looks to me like it does but I can't tell for sure. *edit* Or 100-140 - from the angle and after my dad pointed it out to me, I can't really tell... regardless I think you know what I mean. :lol:
 

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The 140 in the pic on the Farmall board has a one point hitch on it.
 

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I thought it looked like one from the back - if I'd caught the message on the Farmall board I guess I would have known for sure :lol: As always, thanks for Sharing, Jim!
 

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That is a cool photo Jim,what is the big light green tree,do you have any special trees growing in your area.
 

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That is a cool photo Jim,what is the big light green tree,do you have any special trees growing in your area.
The tree to the left of the trailer is a pecan tree andthe larger one to the right is an ash tree.
 

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Picture perfect representation of country living. You have a very nice and neat farm.

I would not want to throw those top bales on that trailer. My back would hurt for a week.
 

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Picture perfect representation of country living. You have a very nice and neat farm.

I would not want to throw those top bales on that trailer. My back would hurt for a week.
It has gotten tougher since a bad auto accident about 3.5 years ago, but I can still do it as of last fall. I am Just a little slower and more careful now. I can usually get 'em up there from the ground if the hay is good and dry, and I guess it helps to be 6'2" tall. ;)
 

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Great pic! Thanks for posting
 
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