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MOUNTVIC 443191 1 Hi-Crop Tractors either
Hi-Crop Tractors
I will post a few photos of some hi-crop John Deeres.
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Lot of 7200,7210,7400 and 7410 Hi-Crop John Deere. It looks like the sprayers were homemade.
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From left to right 7400,7200,7410,4250,5020 and after the forklift it looks like a 4230 to me. There is also a 4020 between the 5020 and the forklift. (see next photo)
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4250,5020 and 4020 and those tractors are still being used.
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Two 4230 beauties, looks like one of them has a black eye.
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You guess which models those are besides the 4240. Looks like some 20 and 10 series.
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Looks like this 7400 is getting ready for a paint job.

I hope they called Lennard this time.

Last photo.
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Nothing Runs Like A Deere wrote:
You guess which models those are besides the 4240. Looks like some 20 and 10 series.

3020 maybe
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jdeere you are absolutely right those two look like 3020s.
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Nothing... it looks that they plant a lot of vegetables there because of the high crop tractors. If you have the opportunity please take some photos of ROME disk harrows for me. It looks that in FL there are plenty of them.
Take care.
Victor
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nice picture, you don't see many high crop tractors here
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You must be a lucky guy, Tony, if you get so many nice and interesting things on your camera. :-) I guess this is again a farmer and not a dealer ?(although to me this is still unbelieveable but I learned my lesson last night ;-))
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MB trac 1800 you can't really call this a farmer. I took those photos at the same location, where I photographed the 4650 and the 8760.

This is a large corporation that owns and works 1000's of acres in several states. They also own their own processing plants and storage facilities. You probably saw one of them in the back of the photos.

Although there is a farmer in this area that works over 4,000 acres and has equipment I dream about. This guy had somewhere around 40 John Deere tractors in his yard. Imagine the capital invested, and they were telling me that they also had 4 bean harvesters.

Victor I can certainly get you some photos of Rome disk harrows. Are you building one? Please be patient, and if I forget, please remind me.
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Nothing... I´ll really appreciate those photos thank you. No unfortunately I´m not building one. I have plans to become a tillage contractor and buy one, but you need money for that and right now I don´t have it. Maybe someday I´ll go to FL and buy second hand equipment.
Keep posting those great photos, they make me dream someday I´ll have my own equipment (of course JD)
Take care.
Victor
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