Chris Kott wrote:I am still torn by the question of whether it is better to have implements with independent motors, or whether it is better to have a conventionally-sized PTO to make use of available conventional implements.
Kyrt Ryder wrote:Travis please find a way to get your sheep class recorded next time. I 'd love to join one but Washington State to Maine is not exactly a practical trip.
Travis Johnson wrote:
All kidding aside
John C Daley wrote:Tell me about the CD please
Travis Johnson wrote:So am I the only one that appreciates these smaller machines? I think they are ideal for homesteading!
Ansis Klavins wrote:Those bcs tractors are wonderful machines.
I've got the flail mower, snow blower and rotary plow.
My absolute favorite is the rotary plow- breaking virgin ground, making raised beds, fixing a banged up driveway, digging swales and small drainage ditches are some things i've done so far.
and you get a workout and fuel efficiency!
A berm makes a great wind break. And we all like to break wind once in a while. Like this tiny ad:
Harvesting Rainwater for your Homestead in 9 Days or Less by Renee Danghttps://permies.com/wiki/206770/Harvesting-Rainwater-Homestead-Days-Renee