'Stump jumps ' were completely different Jason . Whilst they were spring loaded they worked in a very different manner . Once the 'stump' or obstruction was hit the tyne flicked back and stayed out of the way . You then had the choice of leaving it up until the snag was passed , or dropping it back manually .
The implement although not invented by them, was the foundation of the MacKay Sunshine harvester company and launched a huge range of other products and Ferguson licenced implements .
It was so popular because fields could be made to produce food for the new farming family before the paddocks were completely cleared.
This post was edited by Charles in Aus. at 17:40:58 10/19/13.
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