Posted by Bret4207 on September 07, 2013 at 05:11:33 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: Dual one way plow posted by Texasmark1 on September 04, 2013 at 17:07:28:
You don't see many one way discers here in the NE. Not many disc plows either, but a few. What you do see a quite a few of are bog harrows, generally on older farms. A very heavy duty, single gang disc harrow with large cutaway discs. Normally only 4-5 foot wide and weighted through a "rock basket" or other heavy items like bundles of railroad track. Used in boggy ground and rooty ground. Wicked hard to pull if the ground is too wet, often better suited to a crawler. They will however cut up land that will not plow, brushy lands, land that is rooty, and allow for a gradual improvement of the ground. They also work good in tearing up the bottom of old drainage ditches so you can pull the dirt out of them. They surely will make a tractor huff and puff if they get a good bite.
Can't get them new anymore I don't think. An old technology that still works, but awfully slow.
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