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Wow - those are some tractors - I know one thing - they are very $$$.



So many to choose from all in great colors.

Pieces of Sunshine

They all look lovingly cared for.


Truly WOW shot.
I like the way you composed the shots.


loving it all! my dad would have loved to see these...


Great pictures. I drove past a couple in the fields that I thought about stopping and taking pictures of, but as usual, I had a destination and a time limit.


I just love these photos! Great job!

Louis la Vache

«Louis» has two uncles in Texas who are working on tractor restoration projects.


Farm tractors have changed so much with new brands making it hard for me to keep up! :-) Fine images here with great repetition afford by the lined up tractors. Nice Post!


Famers Delight! (were there any John Deere:)

Ashley Sisk

I'll have to send these over to my nephew - he loves tractors.


How fun! What a great photo opportunity. :)

Julie Rodman

Looks like you've been in my town.

Hello from a fellow Wisconsinite!


Hi Julie, If this was in your town than hey we're neighbors of sorts, because I live about 10-11 miles outside of this town. Thanks for stopping by.


There were, and I have a photo of them over at my photo blog "through my lens" the link is at the top of my blog.

EG Wow

Very cool shot of all these tractors!


Priceless.. to a farmer :D

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