Re: 1945 ferguson implements drill- rusty but useable?

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Posted by Kristi lopez on September 17, 2015 at 23:50:49 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Re: 1945 ferguson implements drill- rusty but useable? posted by Jack - Iowa on September 17, 2015 at 22:15:42:

jack,

Thank you! I am going to look up the seeder you suggested, as that would be affordable as an option for us. The sheep are work, but truly a joy. As with all animals, they all have quirks and different personalities. We have two dairy cows, one just gave birth and the other is due in January. I am so glad I posted on here. You all have been helpful. I looked at our two other grain drills today and they seem to need a lot more work to get up and running. Both seem to be from the same period, 1940's. Neither are ford associated. One is an allis-chalmers that I can't find a model number for, and the other is a m-m P-36. We have a lot of rakes too, 4 of them! Are they useful anymore?


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