Tag Archive: chores

Shredder Chains

We bought this shredder last year from a family member and it is a great unit. We only gave half the cost of a new one. Also this is a heavy duty unit with 1/4″ steel on top and channel iron around the sides. When owning a few acres shredding bush hogging or whatever you …

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Pallet Forks

Pallet Forks! Never woulda thought these things would be so useful. These have probably gotten more use than anything else when it comes to using the tractor. We got an Awesome deal on a set of 42″ pallet forks with hay spear option at palletforks.com. We called them told them what we wanted and in …

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Compost added and plowed.

We hauled in about 11 yards of compost in 2 different trips for just over 5yds per trip. We figured about 1 ton per yard which was just over 10,000lbs each trip. Our goose neck trailer can gross 14,000lbs and it weighs around 3,000lbs itself so we was close to max. Not to mention the …

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50 hour service

We are now geared up to do a 50 hour service on our Mahindra 4wd 4025 tractor.   This is an awesome unit. Some people say was it really worth buying? Our answer is was doing without? Followed by If I had to rent the equipment every time I use it to do what I …

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Movin some dirt

Gotta move some dirt. Wife is actually gettin used to the tractor and enjoying it. Here she is makin some rounds movin some excess dirt that has brush, grass, etc. in it. This tractor has really been the bang for the buck. So far it has done everything we wanted it to with no problems. …

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Who Needs a Hay Spike?

Who needs a hay spike? WE DO!! This bale could end up being my hat. I didn’t go to full extension of loader, but just to show the 4wd 4025 can lift a round bale high enough to stack them.     Transporting the round bale to its destination with ease.   This little old …

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Shredder

This is the first thing we bought for our tractor. As you know we are trying to get the old homestead back up and running. It is over grown with weeds, brush, trees, etc. It is amazing how just a little bit of shredding can really bring life back to a place. We have got …

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Outlaw got his finger pecked.

Well our little Outlaw thought he would be brave and stick his finger in there and let the chickens peck it like Dad does during feeding time or when we like to go out and just give them some fresh grass. Nothin better than a farm kids life.   Here are a couple pictures. He …

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Feeding time!

Feeding time for the birds. They are piling up at the door. We have the chickens and guineas eating out of our hands. They are so entertaining.     Here you can see them awaiting us at the door. We have to be careful where we step or else the will be under our feet. …

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Shred some more.

On Sunday we finally got the last of the open area shredded. also all the cactus and mesquite bushes removed in this same area. We do not intend to remove all the cactus. We only want to remove it from the open area and keep some in the parts we are going to leave wooded. …

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