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Hello everybody,

my name is Ricardo, I run a purebred brahman cattle operation in Colombia. I own two tractors: a 1982? Ford 6610 and a 2008 NH TT75. Both 4wd. Mainly used for brush hogging and baling hay.
Welcome to MTF Ricardo! Lots of info here and great members to help and share with, enjoy the site! Our first member from South America I think! Anyways, here is some site navigation assistance in case you need it:

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Welcome Ricardo , glad to have you on board.
 

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Welcome, enjoy the site and share your experiances.

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Thanks everybody. Looking forward to put some work into my tractors with the help from the forum!
 

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hello ! I hear they raise some high quality beef down there .
Yes, mostly brahmand around here. My ranch is probably one of the oldest registered brahman operations in the country and the breed has made tremendous progress here. Needless to say, Im not a vegetarian nor do I tolerate being in the vicinity of such type of individuals.

BTW, I see you are related in some way to Mitsubishi. I drive a 2008 diesel L200! It has the 3.2 engine
 

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Yes, mostly brahmand around here. My ranch is probably one of the oldest registered brahman operations in the country and the breed has made tremendous progress here. Needless to say, Im not a vegetarian nor do I tolerate being in the vicinity of such type of individuals.

BTW, I see you are related in some way to Mitsubishi. I drive a 2008 diesel L200! It has the 3.2 engine
my tractor is a mitsubishi , I don't think they import l200s into the u.s especially with the diesel option . looks nice though . interesting you raise brahmands , it that because of your hot climate mainly ? around in my area the dominant breeds are Angus and polled herfords .
 

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my tractor is a mitsubishi , I don't think they import l200s into the u.s especially with the diesel option . looks nice though . interesting you raise brahmands , it that because of your hot climate mainly ? around in my area the dominant breeds are Angus and polled herfords .
I've seen some old Mitsubishis around here that pop up for sale every now and then. They are like very small lawn tractors usually and very rare. Don't think there is any competent mechanic to service them let alone a dealership.

Yeah, brahmans (and brahman crossbreds) are probably the only feasible way to raise beef cattle under this weather.
 

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Welcome from east central Illinois, thinking about your warmer weather with winter comming on here.
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