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Building my wall

Farm boy

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Last December had someone shoot a buck off my property from the road.
Most of my property is already screened, just had this one little bit that I never worried too much about.
So I attacked it with a vengeance this past week.
Had some cedars that I planted too close to each other so I tree spaded them out for one row, planted 1 row of Norway's and then I took the loader and scooped out gray dogwood to make another row.
Will put in 1 more row of cedar,
Topped off with some sorgun sudan grass.
One of the pictures will show some of the screening of my very mature gray dogwood.



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Farm boy

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Actually that's not my house that's the neighbor's house, to be truthful with you I think they shot it at night shining

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Sligh1

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That’s amazing!!! Love it!!! BUILD THAT WALL!!!!! That’s Trump style & looks great!! So many folks need this done or don’t do this. SO CRITICAL!!!!!!
 

Farm boy

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Totally forgot to put the picture in there what it look like before I started couple of days ago.


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Sligh1

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It amazes me how many folks I know that find headless deer in their fields. A shot at 3am (or even in the pm) usually doesn’t get attention. If I were not at my farm full time - or even if I was to be honest- there’s no doubt my focus would be screening the road. So overlooked & bottom feeding poachers r in every area IMO.
Willows, shrubs, miscantheus, bushy trees, cedars - CRITICAL!!!!
 

Farm boy

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It amazes me how many folks I know that find headless deer in their fields. A shot at 3am (or even in the pm) usually doesn’t get attention. If I were not at my farm full time - or even if I was to be honest- there’s no doubt my focus would be screening the road. So overlooked & bottom feeding poachers r in every area IMO.
Willows, shrubs, miscantheus, bushy trees, cedars - CRITICAL!!!!
Yes I agree everybody has bottom feeding poachers....
Sometimes hard to know if you even had somebody on your property.
In my situation we noticed a set of boot prints that were made in slushy snow and by next morning it was frozen and perfect boot print, immediately I knew something was up.
1 person ran 100 yds on the property and looked in 3 rows of corn and ran back to the road.
Looking for sheds this spring is when we found the dead Buck laying about 40 yards from the boot prints.
I certainly have my share of cameras on this property but you can't cover everything.



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Sligh1

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How does that work with tractor & hydraulics? I assume u can set it on detent or constant flow.... then can u use from tractor seat with joystick or do u get off to control it in front?
 

Farm boy

Member
How does that work with tractor & hydraulics? I assume u can set it on detent or constant flow.... then can u use from tractor seat with joystick or do u get off to control it in front?
Okay unit is made to plug in off of the remote on the back of a tractor.

So I made up a set of permanent hydraulic hoses that go to the front of the loader that have breakaway quick couplers to hook up to the tree spade.

One could bring spade controls back to the tractor seat area, would take a little bit of doing and would need to extend all the hoses.

Because the Spade is on the front of the loader it's a little hard to tell if you're perfectly centered on the tree so it means getting off to do that.
So I just run the controls from the front.

I will attach a picture that shows a close up and it shows the quick attach to the loader itself, easy on easy off.


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Farm boy

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Another follow-up answer here is once hydraulic is hooked up then you do have to activate the tractor hydraulic remote lever to operate the Spade controls.
The Spade has 7 hydraulic levers.
2 to open the front to get into the tree.
1 for EACH spade and 1 for the tilt, which you can also control from the tractor seat by the loader controls.





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