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Thomas Spink
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  • Jackson, MI
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Corn Pickers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Daniels Apr 7, 2010. 11 Replies

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Feb 18, 2011
Dave Kraeer left a comment for Thomas Spink
"Thanks man. It had a recent paint job before I bought it. Can't wait to bale some hay with it next May. Go Pack!"
Nov 16, 2010
Thomas Spink left a comment for Dave Kraeer
"nice looking tractor! Glad to see people still finding and using some of the older tractors in good shape. I'm pretty much a deere or allis person but that tractor looks great!! Go packers!"
Nov 14, 2010
Martin Lautenschlaeger left a comment for Thomas Spink
"Yea we have a wide variety of antique and classic tractors, my dad and I restore them for a hobby, its a way to get a little stress of the mind."
Jul 30, 2010
Brian Daniels replied to Thomas Spink's discussion Corn Pickers
"I use a New Idea 327 to pick about 4,000 bushel in ear every year. This makes the best cattle feed. Pull it with a IH 826 with the German Diesel. Good luck in your future endeavors. BD"
Apr 7, 2010
Thomas Spink replied to Thomas Spink's discussion Corn Pickers
"yeah just bought me a 494A. Got a #44 plow and #25 combine as well."
Apr 7, 2010
Matt Folsom replied to Thomas Spink's discussion Corn Pickers
"i have a JD 490 planter also."
Apr 6, 2010
jeremy gerow replied to Thomas Spink's discussion Corn Pickers
"you cant beat a #5 mower"
Apr 6, 2010
Hello everyone! I'm Tom. My wife and me are from Jackson, Michigan. I work in town right now at a auto factory. My Grandpa, Dad and Uncle farm about 150 arces that I help with. We grow pretty much corn, hay, and and a little beans right now. I'm working on getting my JD A running good good plus building a "new" mower for it and working restoring a plow and planter for it as well. I pretty much love any old tractor no matter the color but lean more towards deere and allis with a little moline. Hoping 2010 brings lots good opperties for us to grow and do more. Right now just enjoying my little girl as much as I can. Already 6 mouths old.

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Our new little girl!!

Posted on June 25, 2009 at 5:20pm 4 Comments

We got our new little girl home Tuesday. Lilliana Mae Spink was born June 20th at 2:33 am. 7lbs 7oz and 20 inches. Had her first doctors vists today and all is good. Doctor said she a perfect baby. I'll get some pictues up of her. We're so happy to have her home!!!!

25 Years

Posted on June 11, 2009 at 6:51pm 0 Comments

It's hard to belive it's been 25 years. I guess hitting that quarter centrery mark gets you thinking. That or maybe going to be a father here any day. I'm not one that worries to much about age. I just got thinking about things about life with all that's happing. Dad got kindey's stones couple day's ago and with his health not being the best just get you thinking about what matters in life. I just can't belive the people that risk their hole life and there kids by being stuiped. With my little… Continue

It's a girl!!

Posted on January 30, 2009 at 11:40pm 3 Comments

Found out today that my wife is having a girl come june. Hoping everything goes good now as we lost our son last year as he was born at 22 weeks. Still really exicted about it though. Time for the pink john deere buying to begen.

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At 8:04pm on November 16, 2010, Dave Kraeer said…
Thanks man. It had a recent paint job before I bought it. Can't wait to bale some hay with it next May. Go Pack!
At 5:58pm on July 30, 2010, Martin Lautenschlaeger said…
Yea we have a wide variety of antique and classic tractors, my dad and I restore them for a hobby, its a way to get a little stress of the mind.
At 5:09pm on February 4, 2010, Marlin Gloor said…
I use the Farm bureau Co-op just east of charlotte on m-50
At 6:46pm on January 23, 2010, Marlin Gloor said…
Its a 78 or79 gleaner k-2 gasser (chevy inline six). its not much but i love it. it runs strong and does a good job.
At 7:44pm on December 21, 2009, Brian Hough II said…
yes but IH has never had to change there decal to attempt to get sales. haha
At 11:36am on November 25, 2009, Sean Seefeldt said…
thanks. it was my great grandpa's tractor. we finally got paint on it this summer. and finally got new rear rims and one rear tire which will have to wait till next summer. Nice looking John Deere "A". i am hoping to find one to rebuild some day. My uncle also has a Ford 8N that i want to buy from him but he is asking to much.
At 6:43am on July 6, 2009, Kyle said…
ya i will look at them for shure
At 7:59pm on June 8, 2009, Kyle said…
i want to line all of our tractors and take some pictures of them.
At 1:38pm on June 4, 2009, Kyle said…
its a allis chalmers 6080. its only got a little over 1000 hours on it and we have had it since new. we have a 6080 and a 6060 also. my dad wants to get a 6070 so then we would have all 3 of them
At 4:35pm on April 20, 2009, Julie Donnelly said…
thank you ! and yes, i have a feeling it will be much sooner than im ready for! he already LOVES being out with the cows..
 
 
 

 

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