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Wierd tag name I know but my son thinks I look like a bear with my beard. That makes him a bear cub. I got the Farmall itch at a young age from my uncle. He is a very hard working man and taught me how to work hard and independent. The backbone of all operations was the farmall cub. From the age of eight I was hooked. Dad bought a super c to mow his five acres with soon after he got it. Well some years past and we acquired a farmall h and bn. When i bought my own home I ran i to a guy that had two cubs that belonged to a passed grandfather, picked those up in a package deal. That was seven years ago ang since then Ive bought four more. They do it all. Mow, plow drives, take care of the garden and haul wood. Now with a two year old son to me it is important to maintain the simple lifestyle and hard work. My goal is to go through his cub starting at the age of five. He owns a 1952 farmall cub. Together we have a 47', (2) 48', a 49', a 52', ans a 62' all cubs. hIs first word was tractor so I think he enjoys them so far. This to me is an opportunity. To pass along tradition and a skill set that made this country what it is. God bless. KURT
Well how does one say to that aside from ... Very well said Nice to see someone with a deep appreciation keeping so many Cubs alive and wanting to pass that love of your Cubs down to your son. We will be looking to you to share some of your experiences and knowledge in the coming days/weeks/months and I hope you really enjoy yourself here. You probably already have some resources similar to what we have available to our members, but just in case, follow the links below .. sure hope they can be of help to you.
Welcome to the forum. There is a CubFest just south of you on June 1 & 2. This is the web address http://www.barnyardbash.com/. I'm sure that Barnyard, the host, will be along shortly to invite you also. Lots of your friends (you haven't met yet) will be there working on Cubs developing those skills you were referring to. CubFests are family friendly, so bring the whole family.
"The probability of life originating from accident is comparable to the probability of the unabridged dictionary resulting from an explosion in a printing shop." Edwin Conklin, biologist
Welcome to the forum.
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Welcome! I am sure the baby bear cub will enjoy the Cub(s), Dad will too.
1971 Cub (Rufus) 1950 Cub (Cathy) 1965 Lo Boy Fast Hitch (Nameless III) 1970 Cub 1000 Loader & Fast Hitch (Lee)
Kurt, Welcome to the forum.
1975 cub (LouAnn) serial # 245946, 1941 John Deere Model H
Good judgment comes from experience,
and a lot of that comes from bad judgment. Will Rogers
Welcome to the forum, Kurt! (and thanks for passing along the hard work ethic to the little guy)
As has been previously indicated... The Barnyard Bash is the place to be on the first weekend in June... Hope to meet you there...
Kurt, welcome to the forum! As you know by now, there is a wealth of information to be found here. After listening to these guys you will feel like a Cub pro in no time. As Bill Hudson and Stan mentioned, the Barnyard Bash would be a great place to learn much about your Cub. You are about three and a half hours away, but most of the more than 70 folks from the forum who show up travel farther than that. You will meet a bunch of new friends, gain a vast knowledge of your Cub and have a great time and all it will cost is your time, gas and a hotel room if you stay for both days (many forum members get rooms).
I hope you can sneak away from your hard work for a couple of days to join us. We will all be happy if you do.
Enjoy your Cub and your time on the forum!
Thanks for the warm welcome. I am really looking forward to the Barnyard Bash. Sounds like it will be a great time with great people. Take care.
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