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Re: roll over plows

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12-26-2012 08:13:43

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Rollovers are necessary because on flood/furrow irrigated ground you cant have the 'crown and dead furrows of the common oneway plow.Go to the irrigated fregions of the western US,you will not see a oneway plow.Oliver made the first "twoway" ,it was a walking plow.They called it a hillside plow.It was so you could plow across a hill and throw the dirt up,eliminateing a highly erodeable furrow.The europeans now use them almost exclusively.Some of the midwest farmers are useing them to avoid so much traveling on the headlands-just lift,turn and flip in one fluid motion,drop and go.Some guys use em for rebuilding terraces.Please excuse the 'ridges'.This particular plow is 'sprung',courtesy of some big rocks.It was replaced at a later date.

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12-26-2012 08:47:47

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 Re: roll over plows in reply to DeltaRed, 12-26-2012 08:13:43  

A few more pics.The 'action' shots were from a plow day couple years ago.Those guys are not farmers,so wheels,plows....were not set right(or even at all).They were there for the 'experience'.Thats me on the 8N.

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12-26-2012 19:12:16

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 Re: roll over plows in reply to DeltaRed, 12-26-2012 08:47:47  
The plow pulled by the F-20 is a snow plow right??

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12-26-2012 09:56:13

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 Re: roll over plows in reply to DeltaRed, 12-26-2012 08:47:47  
I always take a full set of tools to our Plow Day and spend most of the time adjusting plows and hitches and still many are beyond adjusting because of wrong wheel settings or just plain TOO Rusty in the 1st place.. Then, the "Pulling tractors" that show up to plow and are too light to pull a plow and make a mess... I guess it is to be expected anymore... Always a Great time..! 12" plows in Corn fodder are always slow...

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