Hello Everyone, I am new to this forum and have noticed that there is a lot of knowledgable people here, so maybe some of you can help me out. I have purchased 35 acres here in Wisconsin. Ground breaking for a new home will be this May. I will also be putting up a 30 x 60 shed along with a 36 x 24 barn this summer. The house will be built by a builder, but I am going to be building the shed, barn and any other buildings that I need in the future. The reason I mention all of this is the fact that I will probably be looking for some good suggestions on the out building layouts in the future. But right now I have a question about a tractor. The land I bought has slight rolling hills to it, but no real steep ones. I will be using the tractor for a "hobbie Farm" for lack of better words. I'm tired of the day to day grind of running a business, and hope to be spending less time at the office and more time on the farm. I will be growing crops on about 15-20 acres. Mainly corn and hay. I'm not trying to make a living from the farm... just supply myself with meat that I know went into it, and veggies that I get from a small garden. Thats why I call it a hobbie farm. Anyhow... A friends father-in-law has a 1953 Allis Chalmers CA wide front. Runs great, looks good and has two discs (one good, one for parts), a brush hog, cultivator, two blade plow, seven ft sickle bar, trip bucket, and a homemade snow plow for the front. Everything has been covered or is in the shed. The asking price is $4000.00. Personally, I think that sounds pretty fair, but what do you guys think. I do want to also find a one or two row corn picker and planter, along with a ground driven manure speader. So, do you think this tractor will do.. and is the price resonable? Any input would be great.