Re: antique IHC corn planter in reply to LA in WI, 07-09-2013 09:04:37
Nope. rider also had to refill planter cans. Pedals are in front of the seat mount. I see now the 3 point mod. How did you hold reins backwards>? My Dad showed me all the horse implements. Also how he always ran a team of 5, one being a yearling learning the ropes. He and Grandpa had 8 horses at all times and usually two in training.
Re: antique IHC corn planter in reply to GordoSD, 07-09-2013 20:13:55
the hitch is in the correct position, I suspect the seat was turned after "the conversion to tractor power" so the rider could inspect the results. My Grandpa could plant 25 acres a day (checked row) with one of the planters and a team of horses as long as he had someone to move the wire for him. Before my time but dad said that he and his sister usually had that job.
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