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cfpinz

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Tried out my new compact pickup, wonder if I can get a tax credit for "going green"?



I've got less in the truck and trailer than I paid for my gooseneck trailer in '06. Sometimes bigger is cheaper.
 

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now thats a nice hay hauling rigg.youll get hay hauled fast in that rigg.
 

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Depending on what you get for those 32 bales, you just might be in the "green"! Nice set-up!
 
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BeefmasterB":11qkpzl0 said:
Depending on what you get for those 32 bales, you just might be in the "green"! Nice set-up!

Doubt I'll be able to sell much this year, first cutting is thin in places and my stockpile is a little low. I like to carry the best part of an extra year's worth of hay into winter. Trailer only holds 30 rolls now, but I picked up a 5' dove that someone torched off a 10 ton gooseneck a while back. Once I weld that to the back it'll get me up to 34 rolls and 47'.
 

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