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Old 01-22-2007, 08:12 AM
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yah i went to the community coll. to learn more about what i was cuuting. it was a basic landscapping class for about 50 bucks. i did that just so that i could say hey i know a lil more than just mowing. as it turned out the class was very basic...i could have read scotts labels and it would have been the same..i know a guy with a very very nice set up and he knows nothing about grass....he just mows i think...but with his equip he is able to catter to the high end people. but with my knowledge i am able to chatter with the old people. thanks...
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Old 02-07-2007, 11:42 PM
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Since Mowing Season is approaching

It's just around the corner. Just thought I would give everyone another chance to get the opportunity to check this out. I also know everyone starting or thinking of starting a lawn service will be asking a ton of questions that this answers.
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MOWING BUDDIES LAWN SERVICE AND LANDSCAPING - THE BEST FRIEND YOUR LAWN WILL EVER HAVE! LOCATED IN BEAUTIFUL NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA

We love and own Ford Trucks. We run Great Dane ZTR's, Snapper Hydro Walk-behinds, John Deere Tractors, and lots of Husqvarna hand held equipment, and too much other stuff to list. We use equipment that fits our need, and are not loyal to a paint color or brand name. Color and name don't get the job done-the equipment and workers do.
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Old 02-28-2007, 08:49 PM
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Submitted again for all the questions

Maybe this will help you new guys with the which mower is best question you all want to ask.
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MOWING BUDDIES LAWN SERVICE AND LANDSCAPING - THE BEST FRIEND YOUR LAWN WILL EVER HAVE! LOCATED IN BEAUTIFUL NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA

We love and own Ford Trucks. We run Great Dane ZTR's, Snapper Hydro Walk-behinds, John Deere Tractors, and lots of Husqvarna hand held equipment, and too much other stuff to list. We use equipment that fits our need, and are not loyal to a paint color or brand name. Color and name don't get the job done-the equipment and workers do.
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