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21 minutes ago, daveatdave said:

you have made a mess of the grass 

Haha, it had rained for a month and gone overgrown so I got fed up and used the brush cutter. Luckily it looks good a week later.


It's more designed for rushes and brambles but it does the job in wet grass 😉

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  • 2 weeks later...

Making them work ! Few from the last week. 
Got pretty bogged today and had to go back for the 6400 and tajfun again , should of winched them out in first place but had eyes on the prize ! .cut a ride through in a straight line it was facing … was a little concerned about unloading the big logs in mud that deep and being unstable and coping the trailer in doing so left them on …  but the tajfun got the blade in and had the 6400 up in the air and pulled the lot out no bother… wish I had some photos !  






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  • 4 weeks later...

General question to tractor lovers - If you could have a bigger tractor would you? Obvs certain jobs will mean smaller is better however unlikely to be involved in small thinning jobs more site clearance, large scale mowing and habitat creation. I’d like to purchase a tractor next year and the choice is slightly bewildering! So hence the question for the above duties would you get the biggest hp you could? I’m used to alpines and John Deere 6155 but want to step up, Valtras seem to be everyone’s go to - T174 or T234. 

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