1legonutt

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About 1legonutt

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  • Birthday 05/15/1964

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    Nappanee Indiana /Defiance Ohio
  • Interests
    Collecting IH stuff all kinds plow days, harvest days. Also active in local tractor club taking ,videos and pictures. In collection presently 2 1953 super c with fast hitch,1952 farmall cub,1958 cub lowboy fast hitch,195? 76 mccormick combine, #-46 mccormick bailer, 4 - C-20 plows, 2 - C-36 disk harrow, C-72 fast hitch grader blade, 2 - C-1 platform carriers, 2 - C-14-D harrow plow, 2 - C-1 backfill blade, 2 C-200 disc plows, 2 - # - 11 fast hitch rake, # 459 brush breaking plow, #39 roll over plow, #8 little genius 2 and 3 bottom.

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  1. Chapter 33 plowday pics

    Even the dog enjoyed the plowing also a couple from pictures Friday night
  2. Chapter 33 plowday pics

    Rob and his F30
  3. Chapter 33 plowday pics

    Rob I need you to put your pictures on a disk and send them to me mail in the landowner wants pictures let me know and I’ll send you my address
  4. Chapter 33 plowday pics

  5. IH COLLECTORS #33 PLOWDAY

    When you plan events such as a plow day you have a list in your mind how you want things to be and go. Well for this Weekends plow day everything on that list in my mind has been exceeded.I’m looking forward to seeing old friends and making some new ones. Hope as many as possible can come out Friday night or Saturday. Rob
  6. IH COLLECTORS #33 PLOWDAY

    Update the beans are off all systems are go. I took this put my 76 by the 2015 7240 58 years of advancement on display
  7. IH COLLECTORS #33 PLOWDAY

    Things are looking good, the forecast is very promising. I don’t want to jinx things today the last of the beans should come off. So all systems are go. And temps are favorable for the bonfire and hotdog roast. I’ll keep things up to date. Don’t be afraid to call 574-354-7244 Rob
  8. IH COLLECTORS #33 PLOWDAY

    Things are looking good, the forecast is very promising. I don’t want to jinx things today the last of the beans should come off. So all systems are go. And temps are favorable for the bonfire and hotdog roast. I’ll keep things up to date. Don’t be afraid to call 574-354-7244 Rob
  9. IH COLLECTORS #33 PLOWDAY

    I stopped to see if the beans were off the field, and the farmer showed up and he ran a few to see if they were dry enough. I shot this video.
  10. IH COLLECTORS #33 PLOWDAY

    Plow Day fast approaching are you ready? Also the Farmer has agreed to leave a few beans to combine so Ill bring out the 76 and maybe a couple others. Sound off if your gonna be there. also added a picture from last year google happened to update google earth during the plow day. I have struggled with responding to comments posted in conjunction with my initial post because social media and forums such as this do not express all that is intended to be communicated. So I want to make a disclamer that my comments are intended to provoke thought not argument. First off a little bit about me: my Dad was 67 when he died and I was 13. My dad was an IH farmer and I was the son who would have followed in his footprints. Enough about me. When my kids were out of the house, I bought my first tractor... a Super C like the one I drove on our family farm. At this point, I also joined the IHCC and have enjoyed meeting many people and establishing relationships from Maryland to Nebraska at the Red Power Round Ups (RPRUs). Yesterday I had breakfast with some from Chapter #33; a monthly event and am looking forward to next month. Now about IHCC membership: This is about liability and insurance. I agree a waiver is as good as toilet paper. In a case of neglect, nothing will trump negligence in a court of law in an injury situation due to another's negligence. But a waiver is nessary in today's world of frivolous lawsuits and personal injury attorneys. Now on to pulls: Tractor pulls are obviously a passion to some and are important to some and not to be minimized. But I'm not sure that comparing the RPRU and HCOP is an apples-to-apples comparison. Because the RPRU travels from state to state, you have a different group of people running it every year. Secondly, manpower is always a problem staffing these events no matter what the organization. Thirdly, there are so many thankless jobs and untold hours of planning to put on an event like this. For example, this year at DesMoines a couple was walking through on their way out. I offered to give them a ride to their car on the golf cart. During the ride I asked if anyone had thanked them for the work they did that day. The response was, "no." They had manned the memorabilia building without a thank you. All this is said because of a things my Dad taught me "just be nice" and "don't throw the baby out with the bath water." He was a man of few words but he used them wisely. Thanks Dad! Rob
  11. VAN WERT PLOW DAY VIDEO

    Thanks for all your kind words i look forward to next year. Rob
  12. VAN WERT PLOW DAY VIDEO

    THANKS AGAIN TO MARK FOR PUTTING THIS ON. ROB