Farmall Super A, AV, 1939 - 1954
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does everyone have for their farmalls? What are you looking for? Right now I have cultivators, hillers, planter, fertilizer, a middle buster and a small disc harrow. I would love to get a plow, sickle bar mower, rolling cultivator, vegetable setter, and eventually some belt driven equipment like a saw, and feed grinder, etc. I think this may become an expensive habit....
Whew! Thats a little drive from south Mississippi! Thats whats so bad and good about this blasted internet...knowing just what I need is waiting for me 1000 miles away! LOL! I missed on a sickle mower for it last week. Found one in the state market bulletin but it was sold when I called.
Make sure you have a tractor for each implement so you don't have to change them when you need them.
I have a Super A sickle mower I'd sell, I'm in NC so that's a little better.....what part of MS by the way? I have a sister in law that lives near Tupelo.
Have all the main culitvating tools but use the disk hillers or potato hillers (AKA buzzard wings, tobacco plows) more than anything else. Also have the fertilizer attachment and most of an A-180 planter that my granddaddy got for his Super A (now my "pretty" one) back when. Also have an IH middlebuster and two bottom plow I picked up here and there over the years. Since Old Ugly ('50 Super A) has a fast hitch now I also have a 100 fast hitch blade, 215 fast hitch plow, and a 120 fast hitch disk for it.
As far as a wish-list I don't have one per se but always thought it would be cool to have an A-10 peanut digger or an A-21 peanut & bean shaker. Anybody can own a 1-arm loader!
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Let us pray for farmers and all who prepare the soil for planting, that the seeds they sow may lead to a bountiful harvest.
I am around Hattiesburg (actually out in the woods about 45 miles from there). A few hours south of Tupelo. I mentioned to my wife that alot of Farmall stuff was for sale in North Carolina she says "Yay, Road Trip" LOL! If my finances don't change in the next month or so, I might be interested in that sickle mower. I will stay in touch!
Hilarious! Yeh I was already thinking that.... A cub with a belly mower. super A with Cultivators. Super A with Planter. Super A with Sickle bar. MAybe an H and an M for heavier work....... Yep, gonna get expensive!
Come to KANSAS and I can help with that also.
I only have a grader/snow blade for my SA, but I did add a rear remote.
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I agree with Barnyard !! When you get older and your body ain't what it use to be,,, Changing implements becomes a very hard task. Holding up a sicle mower with one hand and trying to line up a bolt in the hole with the other is a has ben for me. You best find some tow behind equipment for easier, faster changing. Or a tractor for each implement.
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