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Wabigoon, here you go. #14217305 10/20/19
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You were asking what the rest of us were going to do today while you were piloting your combine. Driving some pipe for a rotational grazing setup i'm working on. I really like this new driver. I may have to come back and beat a couple into submission with the 3pt driver, but I haven't had 1 yet that wouldn't go at least 3 ft deep. I fell like if I would have got the largest model, I could have sold the 3 pt driver. This one will be better for driving a lot of t posts, and that's the real reason I bought it.

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Re: Wabigoon, here you go. [Re: LJBass] #14217327 10/20/19
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At best building fence is a chore.


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Re: Wabigoon, here you go. [Re: LJBass] #14217422 10/20/19
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Yes, but it should be nice when it all comes together. I've been running cows for 9 years now and I think there is 1 gate that will actually swing freely. Won't be long I might have a corral so I don't have to rope a cow when she is having calving problems. You know things are going south when I try to use a rope.


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