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    Thanks everyone. Bought an L4060 today.

    Nice tractor! What year is it and why is there only 5 hours on it? Who does that?
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    What did you do to or on your Kubota today?

    That tiller looked like new!
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    I think I overpaid

    Nope you did not overpay for that model and the extras. Your neighbor does not know the value of a Kubota. Worth every penny.
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    What did you do to or on your Kubota today?

    Nice job with the firewood at your age. It's what keeps you young and spry. I have a Stihl MS 271 and also just love the saw. It's cut 100's of face cords of wood over the years.
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    What did you do to or on your Kubota today?

    Nice job, just wondering what the spacing is between trees? It's hard to tell from the pic, but wonder if you could space every other one for growth.
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    What did you do to or on your Kubota today?

    Congrats on the successful move Ken! Improvements on the property are adding up nicely for you. Makes every moment on the property more fun, eh!
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    What did you do to or on your Kubota today?

    Nice looking Norway spruce. I have 100's of them I planted prolly for the last 30 years. They need a lot of spacing and grow to huge beautiful specimens. Good choice and they grow well in heavy soil where some pines don't ever become nice trees like they should.
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    Hunting and game posts

    Nice pictures Ken! Thanks for sharing. I believe I have 9 preference points if you ever decide you need to harvest him. They make wonderful sausage of all types.
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    L3800 l3901 l2502

    If you don't secure this tractor , it will be sold to someone else, and you will be kicking yourself for dragging your feet. This is a great price for clean equipment that is well kept!
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    L3800 l3901 l2502

    I assumed Buck purchased the L3800. I could be wrong, but being a betting guy, he will share his nice aquire soon.
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    L3800 l3901 l2502

    Congrats on your new tractor to you Buckeye! It was a win, win, for both the buyer and the seller. The buyer got a great deal and the seller prolly sold it for what he paid new for it and basically used it free for all those years. Worth the effort to take care of your equipment. Good lesson here!
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    Hunting and game posts

    We love wild turkey here. Slow braze until it falls off the bones, usually 6 to 8 hours and it makes the best gravy with the drippings. never had a tough one ... patience when cooking is the key to a tender bird. It's not a domestic chicken, but becomes just as tender with the slow braze and...
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    How NOT to do a hydraulic oil change...

    The municipal trash is the last place it should go! I care about the next generations to come after me. Being responsible does make a difference for others. It's not as simple as out of sight out of mind!
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    How NOT to do a hydraulic oil change...

    It's really simple. If they have a fee where you live for waste oils and filters, then there is a problem. If the political people we vote for are by the people and for the people that vote for them, then they should be aware of fees that harm the environment and don't work, because folks won't...
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    Hunting and game posts

    Yep, I was offered to be added to the list when I applied. I think folks really do enjoy the program and don't want to give up their spot! It's a great way for the DNR to have eyes on the ground literally everywhere in the State.
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    Hunting and game posts

    Nice pictures Ken! I applied for the DNR program years ago, but my area was already taken and not available for me. Way to go!
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    frozen hydraulics

    I really don't think the fluids need changing. The OP was hesitant to allow the tractor to idle and warm up properly. Doing that will cure the problem that was caused.
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    frozen hydraulics

    The operator's manual for the L2501 on page 41 specifically states that warming up the engine in temps below -20C (-4F) requires 30 minutes .... allowing the L2501 to run is a must and not harmful.
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    Hunting and game posts

    Thanks for the information. We buy whole pigs all the time. Never knew about the taint issues with wild pigs ... tasty.... not!
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    Hunting and game posts

    Do they become tuff at that point? I would think ground pork or sausage would be a good use for the meat. Not familiar with them here in Wi.