Both Paul and Aaron are correct. I've ploughed lots of snow down. If the ground was frozen a bit the frost will come out under the snow as long as it doesn't get too severely cold. Bare ground with a bit of frost gives really good traction but if it is frozen under the snow it is pretty slippery. We try to work all the heavier ground and corn stalks in the fall with the soil saver or plough. The lighter soybean or stubble gets disked or cultivated in the spring. We find this far north tillage makes the ground warm up alot faster in the spring. Most times any primary tillage[deep] on heavier ground in the spring can turn into a disaster. My thoughts anyway. I'd give her a try. The only month I've never done tillage in is Feburary. Good luck....Ron
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