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Here are more pictures from Farmer's Cubfest last weekend. Thanks again to everyone for making this a great weekend.
Mr. & Mrs Farmer Robinson and their Minneapolis Moline.
Gary and George
Gary & Larry Dotson
George, Gary, Steve and Ted
Where does the Bigdog Plow ?
Bill and Larry
My 1st Time Plowing
He won't quit ! !
Gary and Steve... Clean Up
Nice Pics hope you don't mind if I save them in my file for future use. It was alot of fun to get the cub out and work it . I replaced the battery on the other 48 today now it starts on the first pull. And I used the old trick George suggested to fix the governor on the plow tractor. Did you get the Hi Crop running better in the mountain air? And I take it you had a very evenfull trip home.It was fun to meet some great people and their cubs. Special thanks to Gary Dodson for his Field Engineering Seminar. And Thanks to Farmer for the use of the shop and equipment. Without that I would have had to watch the plowing. Steve
Co- hosting Central Indiana Cub Fest near Tipton Indiana September of 2014
Nice pictures Mike! Sure was a fun week-end!
If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem.
My wife says I don't listen to her. - - - - - - - - Or something like that!
Real nice pics! Sure pays to have broadband - hardly takes any time at all to load
Next to a Cub, I think that Allis G is a pretty slick tractor.
Wasn't one of the original designs for the Cub along those lines?
Oh, ifn you can send me pics of the CubFest, I can load em up on the server if y'all would like
Did I see Ted from Canada in a couple of those pictures, A___ ?
30 + tractors including 2 French Super Cubs, French Cubs, 1963 Industrial Cub, 1955 Cub Highcrop etc...German and French built IH tractors and some bigger IH tractors. Of course I have about 20 IH trucks and an IH refridge in the Shop.
Yes, Mike. Ted Klunder (Ontario) was there with his 154 and a '49 (I think) /cultivators. I think Mike Tieman (Arizona) won the cake for distance traveled.
The most affectionate creature in the world is a wet dog. Ambrose Bierce
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