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Re: cole seed plates

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01-09-2013 05:56:57

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Kirk, here is a picture of one of my Cole mule drawn planters. Notice the mule hitch up front. This one bolts to my tool bar. This one has two seed cans(at the front) and one fertilizer can at the rear. One shift lever allows for one, both, or no seed drop from the seed cans. The other lever controls fertilizer. This "duplex" planter has the clockwise and counterclockwise seed plates. Seed plates sometimes come up on this site, Craigslist, and E-bay. You just have to keep looking because many of these planters are still used for food plots and deer plots.
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01-09-2013 07:23:56

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 Re: cole seed plates in reply to CharlieNJ, 01-09-2013 05:56:57  

Boy that's a nice HiCrop Charlie.
I thought about mounting the cole planter to a layoff bar on a cub. But since I have the 172 planter mounted on my HiCrop cub I thought I would mount the cole planter to a fast hitch for one of my other cubs.
I don't know if you do any plowing with your HC but I might have a dirt plow for the super A/140 fast hitch for sale.

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01-09-2013 10:00:48

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 Re: cole seed plates in reply to Kirk-NJ, 01-09-2013 07:23:56  
Kirk, that's a real fine looking Hicrop Cub. I have never been around one of those. Yes, mount that old Cole planter and use it, they work well, I use mine for corn and bean food plots. Thank you for the offer for the plow, but I have them already.
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