John Deere 8300 Drill

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    I have for sale a JD 8300 drill. This is in good shape and I used it to plant 80 acres of beans each of the past two years. It's between 12 and 13 feet wide and doesn't take much horsepower at all. It is not technically set up for "no till" but I successfully no drilled with it as long as the soil is mellow and not hard pan. Works well no tilling beans after a brassica mix. I use this turnip/bean rotation regularly. Asking $2300 OBO. My pictures are too big, please text for pics. Thanks!
     
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    Bump... Any food plotters or farmers need a bean drill?
     
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    TTT. If you're interested, make me an offer. Thanks
     
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    What county is this thing in?
     
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