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Unread 11-19-2012, 10:32 AM   #16
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Goats will eat kudzu, a very important consideration in your new neck of the woods.
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Unread 11-19-2012, 11:40 AM   #17
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I didn't know that, Bob. None on my property (yet), but I've seen hordes of it elsewhere - hard to miss, really.
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My buddy on the mountain near Blacksburg is considering the Goats but his wife isn't sold yet...
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Unread 11-20-2012, 01:19 AM   #19
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THIS links to a user review and comparison on "Tractorbynet.com" of many lawn care units and tractors (both big and small).

Do consider getting the biggest, best unit you can afford and..... I did not know how much I missed a bucket loader till I owned one.
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I have 3 acres of grass to mow, but I have something even better then tractors and goats, a neighbor that mows it for me ( at least the couple acres in the back ) cause he likes to play golf out there. I also have two tractors. With that hill, I would be considering goats too.
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Unread 11-20-2012, 01:43 PM   #21
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My buddy on the mountain near Blacksburg is considering the Goats but his wife isn't sold yet...
Reckon he could just trade her in for some of 'em?
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Didn't realize how funny that actually was Bob till you put it together....
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Just sold my property in the Cumberlands this summer,enabling me to take the summer off.We coulda been neighbors....lucky you.

Did a lot of bushhogging back on the farm.The 3 point is pretty versatile,and in this economy you can get one pretty cheap i'd say.We even used the pto to turn a belt and saw lumber.
My neighbor had some old Farmalls with the steel wheels.
One neighbor had an old single cylinder John Deere.You could hear that thing for miles..pop,puggity,pop,pop,puggity pop.

When i say neighbor i mean people within shouting distance.I'm serious,they used to shout across the hills and talk to each other.

The old neighbor with the old tractors got his wife when his cousins from Tennesse came to visit,and left without their daughter.Just took off and left her.
They felt so guilty about what they were doin they got married i guess.
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Unread 11-26-2012, 10:31 AM   #25
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I'm serious,they used to shout across the hills and talk to each other.
Why do you suppose they call the gap between the hills "hollers?"
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