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Hello, I am excited to introduce myself and join in the fun.
My husband and I live on a hobby farm in central Michigan. Today we bought a 1953 Cub. I am hoping to be able to get the tools I need to do my garden work and also some light haying jobs and hauling around our place. I have begun to live the dream that I have held for some fifty years... my own farm!
I am sure that there are plenty of mistakes to be made, but the hope is that I will learn from them. Please excuse my stupid questions, my grandparents were farmers, but my parents not. So I am starting from the beginning. I do have some experience with gardening and some livestock, but using tractors and such is still very new. We started doing our own hay three years ago with our MF 165 and have done okay so far. The Cub will be my baby so I have alot to learn.
Looking forward to learning from those in the know.
Welcome to the forum, Rainelle.
MD, Deep Creek Lake
"1950 Something" Farmall Cub
1977 International Cub w/FH
1978 International Cub
1948 Farmall Super A
1951 Farmall Super C w/FH
Welcome Rainelle, the folks here will give you all the help you need. I think you'll find that farming with your Cub will be an enormously enjoyable time.
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Welcome, you have found the best site for good advice from people who you will soon be calling your friends. I have the utmost respect for these folks. I live in The Shenandoah valley of Virginia.
I started out with nothing and now I only have half of that left !
Welcome, from the bottom of the mitten!! You'll find the Cub very economic to run and repair if needed. You can get the best advice and help from the members here. How big is your farm and what kind of farming are you planning to do.
I too have a '53 and love it. If you are going to use the tractor for farming, a fast hitch sure will make changing implements quick and easy, more so that the standard hitch. Just an option if you haven't purchased implements yet.
1929 Farmall Regular
1935 John Deere B
1937 John Deere A
1941 John Deere H
1952 John Deere B
1953 Farmall Cub
Welcome to you both.
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welcome from the southern Ga area
He that tilleth his land shall be satisfied with bread: Proverbs 12:11
Welcome Rainelle! As the guys have already told you, you will find a friendly community of cub owners here. Most are ready, willing and able to help with any prolems you have. The team of moderators of this board take pride in maintaining a family friendly atmosphere and helpful environment. If you ever have issues with the board don't hesitate to contact one of us.
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Welcome to the best forum on the Web. From the Panhandle of Florida.
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Congrats on acquiring your very first Cub. I am sure you will fall in love with it and may not be able to resist acquiring siblings Cubs are really useful in truck garden farms and such. The information you will need on the various implements is available on Cub Manual Server. Enjoy browsing and then of course the hunt
Welcome from the bump in mid illinois. I got friends up in Bay City i go and see every other year.
Welcome! Best of luck on the new venture, should be exciting. Enjoy it!
1971 Cub (Rufus) 1950 Cub (Cathy) 1965 Lo Boy Fast Hitch (Nameless III) 1970 Cub 1000 Loader & Fast Hitch (Lee)
Welcome from Louisiana.
I am sure you will find this forum a great place to gain knowledge about the cub.
1975 cub (LouAnn) serial # 245946, 1941 John Deere Model H
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This forum makes a big country seem like a small neighborhood. Welcome from down by Cape Cod!
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