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|Kevin||I need to buy a tractor just to pull a rake, baler, feed wagon, and also pull a manure spreader but i don't want anything too big but i don't want something that will barely get the job done
|MGS||You need a fairly large utility tractor. Perhaps a 684 or 884 or something like that. It all depends on how much money you want to spend. A Farmall 400 will do those jobs too, depending on the size of the spreader.
|Mark||I use a Farmall M. Seems to do the job with power to spare. The 400 is plenty good also.