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Postby John SD » Sat Jun 16, 2007 3:50 pm

Good for you, OT! Did ya remember to put on some Brad Paisley music, and play Check Her For Ticks????? :twisted: :D :wink:

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Postby John SD » Sat Jun 16, 2007 4:11 pm

Happy Birthday to you, farmerbase. As far as members here with web links having to do with tractors, I'm not aware of any.

The folks here at ranchers are predominantly involved with beef cattle ranching and/or using horses for work/pleasure riding.

I guess what I'm trying to say is ranchers is not a real ag machinery oriented site per se. It's more oriented to animal agriculture like livestock (mostly beef cattle) and all aspects of horse ownership.

There is not much discussion at this site about row crop farming or small grain production. What machinery discussion there is here primarily relates to forage harvesting machinery like balers and such.

That said, I do have quite a collection, really too many tractors. :roll: I own 2 Fordson Major Diesels, 4 Case DC tractors, Ford 8600, Ford 9600, and my big horse is a MF 2775. I also have a Regular Farmall and a JD model H not running.

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Postby Mrs.Greg » Sat Jun 16, 2007 6:08 pm

Well happy Birthday farmerbase,your on a ranchers site,most aren't really into tractors,but we've enjoyed highjacking your thread, sorry about that :oops: ....things like this happen Madam Judith starts typing.

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Postby John SD » Sat Jun 16, 2007 7:09 pm

farmersbase wrote:dear sir, do you have your own website ?


No sir, I do not have a website.

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Postby Big Muddy rancher » Sat Jun 16, 2007 7:19 pm

farmersbase wrote:but do also have a look at our section FARMS and AGRICULTURE

we should like to present some of you "RANCHERS"

we love foto's

all the best and keep the people in Europe posted


I have a web site at the bottom of my posts for our ranch.
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Re: hello big muddy rancher

Postby Jinglebob » Sun Jun 17, 2007 10:07 pm

farmersbase wrote:thanks for your website, our family had a look at it today and enjoyed
it very much. when we have a new update, end of coming week, we
will include your farm and ranch, with your permission of course ??

gerrit jan doeleman / netherlands

what arable farming you have in your area ?

have a nice day and a good week


I simply can not believe all the crap you wimmen posted on this poor man's thread! I am shocked! Shocked, I tell you!

And I don't neither talk with my hands, I emphisies! :P

By the way kind sir, my website is wwwdennisranch.com and you are more than welcome to use it, share it or whatevcer elses you would like.

No that I've got this thread back to where it started, you girls leave it alone! :x

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Toda via estoy aqui. I am still here.
website www.dennisranch.com

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Re: hello big muddy rancher

Postby Big Muddy rancher » Sun Jun 17, 2007 10:40 pm

farmersbase wrote:thanks for your website, our family had a look at it today and enjoyed
it very much. when we have a new update, end of coming week, we
will include your farm and ranch, with your permission of course ??

gerrit jan doeleman / netherlands

what arable farming you have in your area ?

have a nice day and a good week


yes you can post my site.

The farming right in our area is wheat, peas, lentils, mustard. We only grown some hay and have native prairie for pasture. Grasses like Needle and Thread, Green needle grass, Western and Northern Wheat grass, Hookers Oat grass and Blue Gramma. Many others plus forbs, sedges and woody species.
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