We have really cut into the pile and crap in the past few days. Thanks, in large, to some dam fine workers which we don't have on payroll.... Nevertheless Joel and Cohen were out for 70 mins loading a hay rack with me. We can put so many more tires on one of them, as compared to a hay wagon. The rack would hold well over 300, if not 400, whilst the wagon about 120. We even crushed a few tires for the hell-of-it! Why not... Thanks buddy!
So for now, we are going to hang onto the tires for a week or so and look into getting an 80 cent bounty on each tire that is offered from the Ontario Gov't through a recycling program. Dumps and other various places get it as a holding fee until the tires can be properly recycled and used for something else. So we figured why not us? We looked into it, but a slimeball owner of one such depot refused to give up the goods on the contact number we need to call to look into this venture. We tried to work a deal with him in that he'd give us 25 cents or so per tire, but he was a bit hesitant.... So we'll look into it ourselves and go for the full eighty! Why not?
Anyhow - anyone know how to put an old, piece of crap Massey 2705 into reverse? That is our problem right now. I can't reverse the tractor into the pile to start crushing again!