Type: Posts; User: airhorse
Agree, I would go one size larger than you think you will ever need.
If you are looking at digging and dragging, I would be looking at the 3XXX series Deere or equivalent.
BTW, the larger...
Deere 1025 with 60" belly mower...
Deere 1025 with 60" belly mower.
Damping is a fancy word for shock absorbers...
Got one, love it...
I would also consider a set of ride-rite air springs.
Beat me to it, you do not want to be seen as a commercial operator in any way. If you have a business and put that name on your trailer, you may not like the outcome.
There is your answer.
We looked at a facility near us, and even with all the stalls full, we would be kicking in 5k-10k per month just to break even.
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Might be best to get the manufacturers input as well as you could end up changing the structural integrity of the trailer.
I trust that would be a general liability commercial policy. Have not yet found a residential policy that covers boarding. Make sure your agent is up front with you and vice-verse. Later is not...
If you are considering moving 2 at a time, get a bale spear with a higher back to keep the top bale from rolling back on to you.
Expect a lot, accept a little, reward often.
We have 13 of the HD Free Up Feeders in use 24/7. Indestructible and the new hardware is top notch.
Bucket level indicator...
I will also mention that working with a skid steer bucket on your tractor is much easier than working with the utility bucket they normally come with.
Been using them in all of our vehicles and implements for 15 years now with no issues.
I replace the wet cells in our tractors pretty quickly with AGM batteries. Have had issues in past with leaks leading to acid all over the front of the tractor.
Wait until it rams the front fender of your truck into a tree...
We really need a few more riders to make this go. Trevor is a fantastic horseman, if you are interested, please contact us for details.
Dry Cow Tomorrow.
Around here, 6" fiber concrete is more than a buck per square foot less than 4" asphalt. We did our 1,500 foot drive 10 years ago for 72 cents per square foot (4" asphalt), current bids for...
If you want to be able to do it long term, and have energy and time left to ride, it takes a lot of equipment to get things done. Our equipment pays for itself every time we run it.
We've got over 1K just in forks and muck buckets.