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Good job of plowing!!!

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JD Seller

12-28-2013 20:34:43
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I just found this while looking at some videos of pull type combines.

This JD 6030 pulling a 7x18 Case plow caught my eye. They are plowing a waist high grass under at a good clip and doing a very good job.




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formenwhogrow

01-03-2014 08:36:23
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 Re: Good job of plowing!!! in reply to JD Seller, 12-28-2013 20:34:43  
Hate to be a negative Nancy here but what a waste of good organic material or hay for that matter. I agree with an earlier post, I'd have baled that, sprayed the regrowth and no-tilled. Or, roll it, plant, then spray. Rolling that much grass under, it'll take a full season or 2 before it rots. Oh, well, that plow was doing a heluva job though!



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NEKS

12-30-2013 19:30:21
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 Re: Good job of plowing!!! in reply to JD Seller, 12-28-2013 20:34:43  
He must have everything going right for him. I had to walk a plow to many times as a kid to get that much stuff to go through. And dad had a 3-14 Case plow too.



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GordoSD

12-30-2013 08:07:20
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 Re: Good job of plowing!!! in reply to JD Seller, 12-28-2013 20:34:43  
Bad job of plowing? He won't be able to hear a train go by for a week! No muffs?



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T in NE

12-30-2013 18:29:33
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 Re: Good job of plowing!!! in reply to GordoSD, 12-30-2013 08:07:20  
Safety third



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jon f mn

12-30-2013 05:11:35
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 Re: Good job of plowing!!! in reply to JD Seller, 12-28-2013 20:34:43  
Interesting video. Those are great plows. I kind of like those tractors too, for a jd. lol Too bad they didn't have a better engine. I took a couple apart when I worked at the salvage yard and that tranny/rear end is heavy enough for a lot more hp.



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Nick m

12-29-2013 15:12:55
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 Re: Good job of plowing!!! in reply to JD Seller, 12-28-2013 20:34:43  
I'll have one of those beasts some day.......



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KevinBfromIllinois

12-29-2013 13:00:24
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 Re: Good job of plowing!!! in reply to JD Seller, 12-28-2013 20:34:43  
The 5020 almost sounded like a 2 cylinder running on the audio.



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IaGary

12-29-2013 14:16:17
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 Re: Good job of plowing!!! in reply to KevinBfromIllinois, 12-29-2013 13:00:24  
The tractor pulling the plow is a 6030.

It sounded to me like guy doing the filming was setting on a 2 lunger.

When the 6030 got closer you could here it and as the 6030 got farther away the 2 lunger came back into the audio.

Gary



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Stan - Florida

12-30-2013 09:25:25
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 Re: Good job of plowing!!! in reply to IaGary, 12-29-2013 14:16:17  
Gary,

I agree about the two-cylinder tractor, but I think it might have been moving along under load - sure didn't sound like idling or not much load to me.

Just my opinion - haven't really worked one of those tractors for 55 years or more.

Stan



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T in NE

12-29-2013 09:51:26
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 Re: Good job of plowing!!! in reply to JD Seller, 12-28-2013 20:34:43  
Oliver/White/Case/Ford plows are darn good plows.



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Bret4207

12-29-2013 06:42:49
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 Re: Good job of plowing!!! in reply to JD Seller, 12-28-2013 20:34:43  
Impressive! That must be some fairly light ground I would think. I wonder how long it will take that stuff to rot down though? On my place if I plow under hay like that, if I ever could, it will still be there 2-3 years later forming a mat at the bottom of the furrow. I've seen it last 4-5 years on wetter ground. Clay is whole different ball game.

I would have mowed and baled that stuff! Seems a waste.

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Billy NY

12-29-2013 04:48:20
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 Re: Good job of plowing!!! in reply to JD Seller, 12-28-2013 20:34:43  
That is a nice job, all that green going under cleanly, adding nitrogen etc. I suppose the secret to this is matting that grass down before it gets to the plow like the tractor is doing, a more open throat area size plow, correct speed etc. I did not see any coulters, but it looked like there were stems for those on the plow, just the angle of the shot. Its interesting to watch, as I've never had any luck doing that with standing grass or weeds, certainly know it can be done, would prefer it too for the nitrogen value but..... LOL ! actually getting it to work is another thing. Cut that grass it will plug, know how that works LOL ! clean stubble, no problem at all. It may be a matter of adjustment, speed or something, but my 2 bottom 101 ford would seem to make a mess in that, beam to beam I think its 14", new shares are 16" long on it, has coulters.

Where exactly is it that the #9 wire or whatever is mentioned here so often about plowing tall vegetation, attached on a plow to mat the grass or guide it so its covered?

That 6030 is pulling that plow nicely, clean exhaust, no soot plume like it almost does not know its even there LOL !

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Paul

12-29-2013 12:10:46
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 Re: Good job of plowing!!! in reply to Billy NY, 12-29-2013 04:48:20  
I can never find traction in my heavy clay soil, tires spin out before I run out of power. That vid looks neat. 175 hp on a 2wd tractor just doesn't work so good. I have 145 or so hp, and spin at times with a 4-20 plow.

You tie the wire onto the coulter bracket. Lower is better, with dads old Y coulter brackets you just tied it onto the bracket right next to the coulter shaft. On the newer one arm brackets have to tie up front more.

Paul

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Brendon-KS

12-29-2013 04:23:35
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 Re: Good job of plowing!!! in reply to JD Seller, 12-28-2013 20:34:43  
Great video. It is surprising that the plow can cover that much material so cleanly. The tractor looks neat with those 30.5's.



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Allan In NE

12-29-2013 02:27:12
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 Re: Good job of plowing!!! in reply to JD Seller, 12-28-2013 20:34:43  
Yep,

Plows work soooo much better when ya put 'em in the ground. :>)

Allan



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