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|charles colasurdo||I plan to farm a piece of land somewhere between 5 and 20 acres. What model of FARMALL would you suggest? I'm interested in used, older models. We had a FARMALL H years ago which we used to haul pulpwood. Speed is not a factor. I don't need to finish "today." Please suggest what model you feel would serve me best and why you suggest that particular model.
|J41Mjr||We farmed several small acreage plots ranging from 10-30 acres with an M.The H we had would have handled it fine,but the M was a tad faster,but since that doesnt matter to you Id look into an H or any of its decendants.