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Re: Chisel plowing scrap iron treasures?

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Posted by paul on October 13, 2012 at 19:32:48 from (

In Reply to: Chisel plowing scrap iron treasures? posted by Kow Farmer on October 13, 2012 at 18:18:54:

Yesterday I was combining beans, looked over to the bare stubble I just did a 1/2 round ago, and there lay the plow coulter the wife lost last fall. We looked and looked for it last fall & this spring, I field cultivated that field, we got 12 inches of rain in May, tiled it in early June crossing that field many many times, I field cultivated it 2 more times to level it, planted and sprayed it, no sign of that coulter I assumed it was burried in the furrow and would take deep tillage to bring it up.

Was very lucky it was so flat, didn't wreck the header, the flange/bracket stub was down in the dirt.

When I started plowing dad let me go the 1st round alone, I had to stop and pick some stuff up, when I got back to dad & showed hime the big pipe and bar, he said oh, that's where that fell off! - Years ago, it was weight he had on his old disk, fell off in the field.

Was picking rocks when dad was harrowing I was even younger, I found a 1/2 an oxen shoe, that was my first big 'field find' and kinda neat, still have it, remember it.



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