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  1. This topic is of pretty great interest to me since my employer is in the business of dairy cows. I try to keep up but with having no dairy experience, I get lost in numbers, 100weight, butter fat, etc.. I hope that 2020 is a better year for your dairy guys!
  2. Why ruin the page with green square?
  3. Ive never seen it done so i was curious
  4. How does one go about repairing a belt?
  5. Do you use an innoculant in your bales?
  6. So it was officially a year ago July 31st that I left the lumber business that I knew for 15 years and jumped into this career at Agri King. Time sure has flown by, which makes me believe that I made the right decision by accepting my boss wanting me to drive for them. Of course there are some mundane days where the same road and the same farm grow tiresome, but I still enjoy my job greatly. Keeping my trucks looking good is important to me as I strive to have one of the best looking straight trucks in the area, but those milk trucks in WI are hard to keep up with. I have learned that bein
  7. But the shade of tractor paint does matter! 😀
  8. Couldnt resist this shot...perfect lighting at 6:45am in Belmont, WI
  9. I built a nice one for my Schnauzer a couple years back. It was something kind of unexpected and i will admit i cried like a baby the entire time.
  10. Since it is hay season, here is a lineup to meet all your needs.
  11. From 1927....they were bringing out the big horses!
  12. I dont think i had ever seen a W series until getting onto this forum. Definitely non existent in my part of IL
  13. At the 8U level for softball, we as an organization try to stay as local as possible...which is 40 min. away for league games and most tournaments. Des Moines, which is 3hrs away is the furthest we have been, which was for nationals this year.
  14. Just a text from dad that he wants his turn
  15. You are correct...busy is an understatement. Yes still trying to stay shiny
  16. Thanks for the checkup....physically i am ok but mentally im not so sure. Softball and baseball season just came to a close. It keeps me very busy coaching and trying to be all over the place at the same time. We had a successful year in travel softball, 2nd in state and 4th at Nationals. My son moved up a year early as a 6 yr. old to coach pitch and made the all star team as a starting 2nd baseman. Now im tackeling all sorts of home projects the next couple of weeks until softball and school begins again.
  17. In my many years in the lumberyard biz, I learned not all Larsons are created equal. The Larson driver told me himself that the doors delivered to the big boxes are inferior to those delivered to lumberyards...which is no surprise.
  18. I would think that mud would get packed inside those shields
  19. Do you know if they were truly experimental or just an option for farmers to purchase with the picker?
  20. Been awhile since I have put anything on this thread, so I thought it was time to catch up on a few of the things This farm always has their barn decorated for holidays, which I find pretty cool since they are in the middle of nowhere in WI. My son came to visit with me and helped me clean the truck
  21. So I guess I'm wondering how many of you guys have a pair, seen them, or are like me and never knew they existed?
  22. Some of you have seen these pictures I posted on a couple Facebook groups a few days, but for those who haven't, here they are. I was delivering to a farm and I noticed by all their shop decor and the 1568 sitting in the corner, that they were big IH guys. Naturally conversation was struck up about red stuff and he tells me he wants to show me something down in the old hog shed. Says he has never seen or heard what exactly these "fenders" are. He tells me he traded them for labor several years back. The guy he got them from thought they were off a 234 picker. I knew just the guy
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