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post #21 of 36 (permalink) Old 06-14-2013, 07:30 AM
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Very nice;

All I can say is: Can I come to your house to play?

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WOW. I wish my shop was that clean.

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very nice! I loved 1/64 scale as a kid, and my parents did most of all. a little more affordable to buy, and still plenty detailed.

Our farm purchases a combine soley on its ability to do an excellent job in all of our crops, while being fuel efficient, reliable, ruggedly built, and easy to repair. That is why we choose a Gleaner.
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Miniskfarm thank you posting these pictures. My boys have sure enjoyed looking at your pictures. They wish they had a set up like this to play with. They were wondering if you made the chemical toats and grain bins. Thanks SouthernSK
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Awww, come on!!!!!



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I'll start taking donations if you want to see it all, should only be 1/2 to 3/4 of a million for all the supplies and the building to keep it all in.


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Miniskfarm thank you posting these pictures. My boys have sure enjoyed looking at your pictures. They wish they had a set up like this to play with. They were wondering if you made the chemical toats and grain bins. Thanks SouthernSK
The "galv" bins are all either from Ertl or Standi toys
Bossen Implement - farm toys, model farm equipment, farm equipment replicas
Pretty sure they are on their site somewhere but it doesn't load worth a crap at work through the firewall so I can't tell for sure

the Wheatland bins are kits
1/64 Farm Toys Part 4

the chemical tots (I also have pallets of boxes) came off ebay, if you get into 1/64 toys and search custom chemical or roundup or something there might be some on there or I think www.matsenminiaturefarms.com/ has some (can't get onto his site at all from work)

I am also working on some canola pallets but that progress is also fairly slow.

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A little end of June update:

Two guys have been keeping busy ripping out fence lines, tree lines and rock piles trying to make the land more efficient for the larger equipment the farm is moving towards.



The Friggstad has been parked in front of the shop for the last couple days getting worked over with new shovels and a few new wheel bearings and hydraulic hoses.


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a few new wheel bearings and hydraulic hoses.
That sounds like real farming!
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That is all so fukin cool , nice work

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Out with the old in with the new on Whispering Hills recently.

The old Brent carts were loaded up and hauled into town

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While they were gone the boss and his son had their new trucks loaded up and fitted with radios and all the other goodies they need.

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The trucks back hauls were two new Unverferth carts, the big tractors were brought out to wire in the new cameras and screens

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Very, very good!! Excellent!! I am a 1/64 collector too. Has a farm setup too, but is by far not impressive as this!!

I am in Humboldt, SK. Would like to see that in person!!??


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