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Hommelhoff 412690 301 Spring on our farm either
Spring on our farm
Here are some pics from this spring. Most of them are from our farm, but there are also some of the neighbours.....

This pic is taken when we started our spring harrowing using our Ford 5000 and Prela Harrow:-)
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this is from our cultivating with our two fergies....;-)
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here we were spraying manure with my neigbours Volvo BM 430 and JF AV 40....:-)
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another one. we loaded the manure with my fergie, you can see in the background.....;-)
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here we have started seeding, with our Ford 5000 and Norsten lift o matic 3.5m...:-)
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we usually take out with our ferguson and trailer. My brother sits on the trailer, and is ready. Every second round my dad had to the trailer for getting more air, because one or the drill wheels was loosing....:-)
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collecting the stones with ferguson and trailer. my brother is driving, my father throw the stones in to the trailer....;-)
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just one more of Ford and drill. Here my father goes on for another two rounds after having got sme more air in the drill wheel, and some more grain.....:-)
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here we were pulling out some treas with the fergie to make another way into the field....:-)
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Here is the proof: a Ford 5000 CAN pull a Bredal spreader. I love this combination...:-)
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another one. As you can see we had to go around some wetspots....:-\
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Here my father works with the Ford 5000 and our Kverneland kultisvans.....:-)
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Lifting the harrow is a pretty heavy job for the 5000...:-P
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One of our neighbours uses a contractor for the manure spreading. The contractor use a Ford 8770 and a RKM spreader....:-)
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very nice pictures. it looks like these photos are taken 40years ago, but it's nice to see that the old machinery is doing its job like never before :-P
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The RKM spreader is loaded with a NH LB 110....:-)
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My neighbour plowing with his Fendt 515 and Kverneland 4 furrow reversible plow with Packomat. In th shed behind you can just see the JF AV 40....;-)

Well tom, we (or at least I do) think that these macinery still can do their job as good as new machines, you just have to keep them (please also do that with new machinery) and theyll do it for at least 60 years. (one of the fergies is 60 yers old next year in november)....
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Ford 5000 is my favorite. Nice photos :-)
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My neighbour speading fertilizer with his Fendt 515 and Bredal spreader.....:-)
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Last one for today. maybe I´ll post some more pics tomorrow

Kari: Good to hear that there are also other people in this world who like this good old tractor.....:-D
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Cristoph: My Fordson Diesel Major is only 50 year old and youngest tractor Valmet 802 is 27 year yong. I works every day catleworks that Valmet :-)
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Excellent photos Christoph :-)

Keep up the good work ;-)

Regards,

TC.
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Excellent photo's Christoph. That Ford 5000 is my favourite. I have one 1975 model and i use it for seeding grain , rolling , spraying , pulling trailers and lot of more work:-) What is the manufacturing year of your 5000?
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And i must ask , how wide is that Kverneland kultisvan? 4,5 metre or what?
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Christoph,

Surely it would be easier for you guys to fix the leaking tyre on the drill, instead of having to pump it up every few laps? ;-)
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