"Check with the state, in Mi. you can't haul more than 119gal., I think that's the amount, without having a hazardous endorsement on your license.. Also check to see if you need placards when hauling that much.. "
"Depending on your area, the price should be around $10,000 - $15,000.. The biggest advantage is that you get both heat and air conditioning out of the same unit.. There are also tax rebates and other discounts…"
"There is alot of factors in figuring out rates. What is the distance, how long to get loaded, how many loads can you do in a day, and how much can you legally haul.. I have seen guys who get 23cents per bu to haul 45 miles to an ethanol plant,…"
"I would agree with Brandon and CB.. Gehl is a very good brand and with the T-bar control it is the easiest to run.. I have run Deere, Cat, and Bobcat, but I feel that the Gehl is a better built machine.. The Cats always seem to be underpowered and…"
It looks like you got a bad case of Indiana muck. Thats where is seen this JD 4x4 pulling a sludge tank was buried up to his windows. That was many yarns ago. Looked like it would have taken a helocopter to get it out.
I would like to say it was somthing cool. Actually a ceramic closet door handle shattered in my hand. A shard still attached to the door severed the finger down to the bone. In the process it cut the artery. I painted the wall 3 times before I could get pressure on it. U would think I would hurt myself farming not cleaning house. :)