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LET EM GROW

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LET EM GROW last won the day on June 22 2021

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About LET EM GROW

  • Birthday 06/24/1986

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    Steuben County

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    STEUBEN, WAYNE AND ONTARIO COUNTY, NY
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    T/C
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    MATHEWS Z7 & MR7

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  1. My wifes grandmother has a single peach tree in her yard, not sure if it was a pit that grew from seed or if planted but its young(less than 10 years old) and put on a ton of fruit every year. Would do better if she listen to me about pruning it properly.
  2. Had a young bear behind my house the other night. My daughter got to see it, for the first time and she was in awe.
  3. I pick fruit trees that will drop fruits when i want deer to eat them to aid in hunting opportunities. Mostly late dropping fruit. Theres a member here that grafts custom trees to drop at many times of the season. I planted a few December dropping pears 3 years ago that were about 3' tall and today are about 12-15' tall. Also have some late dropping crab apples that grow well but the deer are really fighting to get at all my young fruit trees in the winter. I like my trees dropping at different times of season and especially some late season droppings for herd health..
  4. Dude, I was looking into those well. How compact and simple it is, and your gun can still be used like a standard rfile.. It is really freakin cool. I was planning a visit to his shop soon, to put hands on one, but since I machined him a ton of stuff to sell at his store, per his request and a few favors on my end. I never even received a thank you or nothing.. so my opinions on him and his business are beginning to change. Same with the guy who he has as a "field/pro staffer" lol. The idea of the clip on is simply bad a$$
  5. Dang, ive been eye balling the hogster lineup since March. And ive collected several of your belongings over the years lol. Whats your next move?
  6. ITs going to be a good mix of grasses, taller weeds, gulden rod ragweed etc.. and the occasional saplings and brush as well. I also have an electronic PTO clutch and a flail would be easier at startups. I can fit a flail attached to my tractor on my current trailer setup. a bhog would require a bigger trailer purchase too
  7. Awesome, thats exactly what i want it for, and the occasional perennial plot maintenance. But i have some over grown fields i would like managed. And the ease of trailering comes in hand. as well as my Electronic PTO clutch. Seems it would be easier on the machine to me. Thank you
  8. I concidered one as well, But the majority of what i will be cutting is golden rod, ragweed, pigweeds and lamb quarter etc a swell as grasses and perennial plots. I can always customize the blade setup to make it more of a brush cutter as well.. Than kyou
  9. The Flail mower with hammer blades should cut up to 3" shrubs and trees. So another reason Im leaning toward the Flail mower as it will fit on my current trailer where the hog wont. Also I have an electronic clutch pto so the flail will also engage easier like a rotary tiller, where the brush hog bangs hard upon engaging, and requires higher rpm startup. Probably should have mentioned that before hand lol I would like both at some point
  10. We have about 10 of them. They work well for the price point. they are an entry level cell cam. Ive had them last 6 months, and last several years and still working. Not sure If you purchase one, as long as you dont expect the quality of an expensive camera.. you will be pleased. We are transitioning ours out, and moving into Tactacams and exodus cell cams.
  11. Anyone use a 3pt Flail mower? Will be purchasing one or the other soon. I like the idea of the flail mower being able to cut 6" heights as well as right down to the dirt with the use of hammer blades rather than "Y" blades.. The price of new well built rotary mowers (brush hogs) is not much less than a 3pt flail mower.. They're also are smaller in size making access and trailer usage easier. Really leaning towards a flail over the brush hog.. Anybody have some first hand info? It would be used on a sub compact 28hp diesel 22 PTO hp.. so a 48" or 52" flail vs 48" brush hog..
  12. None of those plants in the plot were mature and shouldn't have viable seed, so the chance they carry over and reseed is very slim. But the lawn is full of clovers, dandelions and different types of grasses. I don't mind anymore. I used to be anal about my lawn and not let the kids ride in it, but I've given up on that. I wanna be the cool dad, so I let my kids tear the hell out of it with there Go karts dirt bikes and 4 wheelers lol just no ruts is all i ask.. My wife even goes out there and tears it up with the kids lol. I did it more for test to see how my "X" blade system would work from field to lawn lol
  13. Folder, MAny times a folded up piece of pleasure paper can be used a second time.. as many times they arent the most solid types of messes! lol
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