Someone must have a hydraulic schematic for that Cub Cadet. If you can't find one, the only choice is to make one up. First step is to identify the valve itself by make and model - no tractor company makes their own directional control valves - they all use major suppliers.... which means we can look them up. Next step is then to identify the hoses you can see connectng to the valve.
9 hoses does seem excessive. The normal number is six.
The hydraulic schematics are rarely brand specific. Almost every compact tractor in the last 40 years uses the same hydraulic circuitry. There can be small differences when there is power steering - but it amounts to the same thing and doesn't involve the loader control valve - although they might be usng a connection there to take flow to the power steering.
A very few tractors used regenerative loader valving, and is why we need to look at your valve model and hopefully a cab cadet schematic.