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My dad thought putting a tape deck in the cultivating tractor was going to kill it. What goes around comes around.

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Haha at least his auction wont be the banks decision... 😉

nope .. don't deal with banks .. not for anything ...


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9620rx tractor with Cummins
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I've got the same tractor and a W235 swather. I've wondered the same thing. Looks like it hasn't been figured out yet here in the states either. The only failures I've had with things have been on the emissions system.
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and a bottle drive would be less time and effort, lol
Not sure about that.
Suddenly struck me, I have no idea what the population of Yorkton is, huh, 20,000!
These days thatís likely 7,000 residences, Iíve been known to accumulate 100$ís worth of (empty) bottles and cans.
So 700,000$.
Perhaps my guess not that far off.

Donít have to take them anymore, school group gets them once a year.

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That poster's real name is Paul Roberts about as much as mine is Wang Bing Bong.

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Suddenly struck me, I have no idea what the population of Yorkton is, huh, 20,000!
So 700,000$.
Perhaps my guess not that far off.
this town, i guess, is 20-25,000 or so, roughly ..
your auction estimate is off, probably 3 to 4 times high, lol
i don't think i have 200k worth of stuff, everything including bins in, lol ... only run 2 quarters of land, pretty small .. mind you, it's all paid for a long time ago ..never did use the 'depreciation' line on the tax return, much less the 'capital gains' line either
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this town, i guess, is 20-25,000 or so, roughly ..
your auction estimate is off, probably 3 to 4 times high, lol
i don't think i have 200k worth of stuff, everything including bins in, lol ... only run 2 quarters of land, pretty small .. mind you, it's all paid for a long time ago ..never did use the 'depreciation' line on the tax return, much less the 'capital gains' line either
Aren't many of you around and even fewer on this forum.

I for one admire anyone who can operate and live happily like you Warren.
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That poster's real name is Paul Roberts about as much as mine is Wang Bing Bong.
I think your right!
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this town, i guess, is 20-25,000 or so, roughly ..
your auction estimate is off, probably 3 to 4 times high, lol
i don't think i have 200k worth of stuff, everything including bins in, lol ... only run 2 quarters of land, pretty small .. mind you, it's all paid for a long time ago ..never did use the 'depreciation' line on the tax return, much less the 'capital gains' line either
I have always said the only number that matters is the bottom line. I bet Warrens' net income is better than some b.t.o. s' right now !
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1805 with a 3208. Still got a 1500 here that wont die. Pulls harrows and a disc in sloughs once in a while. Nobody could comprehend how little fuel those tractors burn a day in this era. Their DPF tractors burn as much doing a burn lol. Another thing that was unreal on fuel usage was a 750 MF combine with a 372 perkins. 18 hrs on 50 gallon tank I think it was. 150 hp. Any way your operating expenses with that equipment is less than the interest on a new sprayer a couple months that's for sure.

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