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#1 ohio farmer

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Posted 31 October 2011 - 11:07 AM

I would like to see pictures of our families that we have taken with some tractors and other farm equipment.
Here's one of my family taken about 12 years ago.
We don't have that little Case4 wheeler anymore, but really liked that tractor.
The people in the picture are my parents, my wife and I and our son and dog Rocky.
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#2 Art From DeLeon

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Posted 31 October 2011 - 06:49 PM

Somewhere, someplace, not easily accessible, I have a picture of me, at about 3 years of age standing on the platform of my Dad's 1937 JD 'A', and a picture of 2 of my Dad and his brothers JD 'A's, one with a 226 picker in front of 3 3 ring (snow fence) cribs, taken in the mid 40's, and one picture which shows an IH 'M' with a galvanized IH 2 row picker from about the same time period, which I found too late to ask anyone who might know anything about it.

#3 billonthefarm

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Posted 31 October 2011 - 07:28 PM

Somehwere around here are pics of me sitting on the front weights of a brand spanking new black stripe 1466 and 710 plow the day the tractor was delivered to the farm. In the pic is my granddad, my dad, my uncle and a 1066 on another 710 plow. My most prized pictures are the ones over my desk of my great grandfather and great great grandfather. In one pic they are on top of a wagon of corn they had picked that day. Picture is from about 1930. They look mighty proud of that load of corn and were no doubt headed to milk cows. Those generations knew what hard work really was.
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Posted 31 October 2011 - 08:21 PM

Here are a few

Last year during pickin'. My dad and myself.

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A few years ago on our steam engine. My sister, dad, myself, and my mom.

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The same day as above. 1950 H and 2-12 little genius.

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Proud owner of "Whitey" the replica demonstrator put together by the Cowboard forum for the 2011 RPRU.
My stuff: 1935 F-20, 241 2 row IHC planter, 8ft 9-A IHC disk, McCormick Deering hay loader
The IH collection: '30 Regular, '33 F-30, '35 F-20, '38 F-20 with 2ME picker, '50 H, '53 Super M, '67 756, '69 856, '91 7120 2WD, '97 8920 FWA
Off Breeds: '12 Nichols ans Shepherd steam engine, '29 12-24 Hart Parr, '57 Ford 860, '94 JD 9400 combine
Looking for my grandpas '53 Super M, had NF, live hydraulics, fednders, power steering, last time we knew where it was: it was sold on a farm sale in Anamosa IA in 1994. S/N: 44536

#5 Mark from WI

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Posted 31 October 2011 - 09:51 PM

Me and the wife
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The Family
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Bodyman by profession, Farmer at heart!

Now co-owner of TRIPLE CREEK ACRES LLC

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'81 986 / '68 1256 / '69 756 custom / '79 684 w/2250 Quicktach loader / Dad's Ol '63 560 / '55 300

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Posted 01 November 2011 - 03:36 AM

Smoker 2 and I getting ready for RPRU 2010

FOREVER RED: All Original 1468, I 706, 766G w/GB 880 loader, Super WD9 w/factory hand clutch, 2 Lousville Super Ms hooked in a tandem, Original 656 D with 2250 loader, M, 130, 140 w/ One Arm Loader, 1026 Gold Demo (belongs to Smoker 2), Original Low Houred 3688 w/2355 loader, 1256, Original 766D, Original 666D w/2250 loader, 2 CC Originals, Prototype 800 Planter, 1979 Scout II Rallye, 1800 Sundance Tandem Grain Truck and sheds full of CIH & NH equipment. + MM G1000 Wheatland Propane & M&W P-2000 Dyno. Favorite colors:  RED, BLUE & PRAIRIE GOLD.


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Posted 01 November 2011 - 05:00 AM

Family gathering at RESTORATION UNVIELING of 1945 L.A.case At 2008 Tulare Antique Show.
This was F.I.L's case , Mother-in-Law gave it to me in 2006, finished in 3/08.
In picture B.I.law,S.I.law,My wife,Me,M.I.law Jennie (was Her husbands workhorse in late 40's early 50's), My Son, My Nephew & His Son. A few tears were shed in memory of F.I.l. & Grampa. Tony

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Posted 01 November 2011 - 07:41 PM

My profile picture is of the 5 generations of my family that are still here. It includes my grandfather, my parents, my daughter, myself and my nephew taken with our 1926 15-30 the day it rolled outta the shop from it's restoration 2 years ago. Also have a picture handy of me and my dad next to our 1270 Case before we traded it for our Magnum.

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Farm tractors: 1924 15-30 McCormick Deering, 1926 15-30 McCormick Deering, 1936 Case RC, 1937 F-20N, 1943 H, 1944 H, 1944 JD A, 1946 H, 1947 M, 1947 CUB, 1951 H, 1952 M, 1952 Case DC, 1960 560D, 1962 340D, 1973 766D, 1992 Magnum 7120
Garden tractors: 3 Originals, 2 70's, 100, 122, 123, 124, 106, 107, 126, 73, 800, IH built 782 and 982, 782D, 1572, 318JD.


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Posted 01 November 2011 - 09:34 PM

This is a picture I took of a family picture taken 10 years ago.

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    in Pa's shed - IH 3788, H, '78 1460, 815 corn & soybean special, JD 4320, 3010, Case 1845C


    and now, a Link Belt 4300C !@#$%^
    As if I needed another thing to fix...

Posted 02 November 2011 - 03:12 AM

Has anybody gotten family pics with their favorite mechanic at a shop. Had a customer do that with me a few yrs back, grandpa with the cat guy and the grandkids... never sent me acopy though.



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