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Old 15-10-2017, 04:43 PM
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nice job plowing i want a smaller tractor with a front end loader to deal with snow.

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I'm told it is discing after the plough, what time of year is it when the snow starts with you and how long will it stay?

Years ago we did get a lot, we don't got much now, or some years not at all.
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it can start around mid november and last through april. lately it has been december to february but it changes every year.

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Tractors service life can be very high, engines run slowly, and simple ones are quite easy to be repaired.
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