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Chris Reese

09-20-2011 04:47:44

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Looking for any help on a horse drawn 2 row cultivator with international marked on it. Anything as in year, value. Thanks so much.

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09-21-2011 09:05:27

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 Re: horse drawn cultivator in reply to Chris Reese, 09-20-2011 04:47:44  
Have never seen/heard of a 2-row, though they may exist. As others have said, your picture is of a cultivator designed to cultivate the 'middles' middle. Not a good picture from google images, but this is a one-row walking cultivator, of which there were untold thousands in my part of the world and were in use 'til the late '40s-early '50s. The mules and the cultivator straddled the row, as did the plowman until the crop was so large that he had to walk off-center. They were also made in 'riding' versions, which weren't used around 'here'.


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Kestrel in CT

09-20-2011 17:19:52

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 Re: horse drawn cultivator in reply to Chris Reese, 09-20-2011 04:47:44  

Otherwise known as a horse hoe. I "restored" mine since the rust was eating it up fast.

I recall $8.95 in the 1898 Sears Catalog.

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09-20-2011 18:23:17

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 Re: horse drawn cultivator in reply to Kestrel in CT, 09-20-2011 17:19:52  
Never saw one with a wheel on it. We have two - no wheel on either one, both belonged to my wife's grandfather who farmed with horses (no tractor) until around 1960. Nice looking cultivators. Around here, yard art would bring top dollar.

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09-20-2011 16:33:27

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 Re: horse drawn cultivator in reply to Chris Reese, 09-20-2011 04:47:44  
I had a John Deere 2 row I saved from going to china, I got $125 out of it, every thing was rusted solid but the wheels, guy is going to use it when he gets it freed up.

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Jim in Ma.

09-20-2011 11:18:41

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 Re: horse drawn cultivator in reply to Chris Reese, 09-20-2011 04:47:44  
Here in thr North-East - People will pay $ 100. for them to use as lawn art.
I have 2 os 3 kicking around that I should sell.

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Chris Reese

09-20-2011 04:54:20

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 Re: horse drawn cultivator in reply to Chris Reese, 09-20-2011 04:47:44  

Looking for info on this. Must sell and would like to know how to price.

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09-20-2011 16:45:46

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 Re: horse drawn cultivator in reply to Chris Reese, 09-20-2011 04:54:20  
Thats acurally a 1/ a row, as an actual row constitutes both sides of the plant. While it will spread out to around 2ft, Back in the day of 40in rows in some cases, one would have to go down the row twice to get it completly cultivated.

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09-20-2011 05:34:30

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 Re: horse drawn cultivator in reply to Chris Reese, 09-20-2011 04:54:20  
That cultivator in the picture is not a 2 row but a 1 row between row unit and you are missing the center shanks-shovels on each side. The figure I am about to give is what I could get out of it for garden use with 1 horse pulling it and that is about $50, if you could find those missing parts then about $85, now for yard art you may get way more for that as the people that buy machinery for that are not hurting for money and will spend anything for what they want to take the Item away from someone that needs it to make their living. Where are you? I am northwest Ohio and the people I sell that machinery to are in northeast Indiana. They are getting to be more in demand than they used to be as they will work between 2 rows of plastic in the produce crops in the fields as well as cultivating their large gardens. And horses is all they have and make their living with.

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