Almost lost em to the Colorado River
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  1. #1
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    Blythe,California,USA
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    Default Almost lost em to the Colorado River

    They over watered the field on the other side of the brush line from my yard then cut a ditch to run the water out. Almost lost this pallet especially https://youtu.be/I6NyjGaVuxU

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  3. #2
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    camden, tennessee, USA
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    Default Re: Almost lost em to the Colorado River

    Wow...

    Really wish I had a skid steer / Bobcat or whatever you call it. I could find a thousand things to do with it even without the pallet forks.

    Cool video.

  4. #3
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    Sioux City, Iowa, USA
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    Default Re: Almost lost em to the Colorado River

    Quote Originally Posted by westtnbeekeeper View Post
    Wow...

    Really wish I had a skid steer / Bobcat or whatever you call it. I could find a thousand things to do with it even without the pallet forks.

    Cool video.
    Same here, I have to move a yard with 26 colonies in it before next Spring because it's on CRP land that's going to have a required burn next year. Reeeally not looking forward to doing that by hand... might need to rent one for the day haha

  5. #4
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    camden, tennessee, USA
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    Default Re: Almost lost em to the Colorado River

    There's a rental place just down the road here that rents the rubber tired skid steer for $165/8hrs and they have one on rubber tracks that is quite a bit more powerful for $235 or $265. A bit more for the extra horsepower. Don't know what they rent for where you are but I think it would be worth investigating. In the meantime you can get your hives situated on pallets if they aren't already.

  6. #5
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    Nov 2015
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    Tappahannock Va
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    ( disclaimer: I am not affiliated with this company in any way, just trying to help) Sunbelt rentals has about 500 locations across the US. I have an account with them, you call up the nearest one and they drop it at your site. Might be a few dollars more than the local hardware store with a skid steer for rent but a lot less hassle.

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