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Re: Bush Hog chisel plow pic ??

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R Wyler

12-03-2012 20:24:18

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I know location affects price. Last one I watched sell was a good heavy duty 10 shank and it brought at least $1000 a couple months back. With so much machinery being scrapped supply has gone down around here and prices are now going up and I am sure it is because of supply being decreased. I would imagine a new 10 shank would run close to 10 grand. So personaly I would be happy to get a good one for a grand. One thing about it there is very little to replace on a chisel not a lot of $$ to put one back into good shape.
This post was edited by R Wyler at 20:27:35 12/03/12.

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JD Seller

12-04-2012 02:39:01

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 Re: Bush Hog chisel plow pic ?? in reply to R Wyler, 12-03-2012 20:24:18  
A new 10 shank is closer to 20K than 10K. Tillage tools have really gone crazy in cost of new.

I think you would have it at a buy at $400-500. It will scrap that high.

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12-04-2012 08:42:11

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 Re: Bush Hog chisel plow pic ?? in reply to JD Seller, 12-04-2012 02:39:01  
I'm a couple miles from Kow, basically any chisel plow with 2 inch shovels under 12 feet is scrap price 'here' any more... We are in the land of 2000 plus acre farmers, with a couple of little guys playing around on the leftovers.....

A decade ago I bought a Mowhawk 10 foot from UFC for $900 because I needed one and only one to be found, 2 years later I got one at an auction in better shape for a parts machine for $150. Mages consignment sale down the road from us will have 2 or 3 a year at their summer sale, $300 to $600 would get them all....

I should probably get rid of mine, as I got a Glencoe Soil Saver this fall, but I'm a collector, hard to part with junk sitting in the fence row. Farm auction stuff seems to come here to die. :) Wife will have a grand scrap iron auction sale some day!!!!


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Kow Farmer

12-04-2012 10:06:43

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 Re: Bush Hog chisel plow pic ?? in reply to paul, 12-04-2012 08:42:11  
Hi Paul,
Well, if I out live you, maybe your wife will have an "antique" sale with your equipment and then I can buy some. LOL
Thanks for all your input, I appreciate that.
Kow Farmer (Kurt)

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12-03-2012 20:47:34

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 Re: Bush Hog chisel plow pic ?? in reply to R Wyler, 12-03-2012 20:24:18  
I bought 12 shank Bushhog, 3point hitch chisel plow a few years ago for $850.00. It was in extra nice condition. I sure gives my 1456 a load when I hit a clay bank. I think mine has 4 in. twisted shovels.

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12-04-2012 12:14:15

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 Re: Bush Hog chisel plow pic ?? in reply to MikeinKy, 12-03-2012 20:47:34  

Kow Farmer, sounds like the plow needs a little attention with a welder to get the transport lock working. Since I'm not familar with that plow take this with a grain of salt.


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Kow Farmer

12-04-2012 12:18:50

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 Re: Bush Hog chisel plow pic ?? in reply to KEH, 12-04-2012 12:14:15  
Well if I do purchase it, I am going to figure out what the deal is with it. I can honestly say that it probably hasn't had the best care in the world either by the current owners.
Kow Farmer (Kurt)

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