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Roger A. NY

01-21-2009 09:51:10

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Three years ago I bought a Case trailor type disc plow, three bottom ?discs, but I have not had a chance to use. This spring my tractor club is going to have a plow day and I thought about taking this disc plow. The ground does not have any stone but one spot in the field has a small knob that can be hard if very dry. Also one part of the field field will have corn stubble and one will have corn stalks as it was picked, not chopped. As I have never even seen a disc plow work, I am wondering how it will do in these coditions. The plow is on steel but has hyraulic lift and the discs are nearly 30" across. I would go get more info on this but right now it is buried in nearly 3' of snow. Thanks for any input on this adventure. I also posted this on the Case site. Roger

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Jason Kozlowski

02-11-2009 13:26:13

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 Re: Case disc plow questions in reply to Roger A. NY, 01-21-2009 09:51:10  
Just by reading old Case brochures disk plows should be able heavy trash and hard soils, wet or dry. It seems that disk plows were marketed for use in igrigated soils. They were also designed to plow deep; Case built disk plows avalible with six 38" disks, capable of plowing 20" deep. I"m in PA, and disk plows were marketed here, but with very little sucess. The soil has a fairly good clay content, and tractors usally don"t pull what they"re rated for. I presently don"t have a disk plow to try, but would like to find a Case two-way disc plow.

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Roger A. NY

01-23-2009 19:20:59

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 Re: Case disc plow questions in reply to Roger A. NY, 01-21-2009 09:51:10  
[Soil here is not very loose but I think I am going to try it. I did find a book on it and I will see what I can do. Thanks for the info. Roger

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Ultradog MN

01-22-2009 19:32:06

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 Re: Case disc plow questions in reply to Roger A. NY, 01-21-2009 09:51:10  
Can't tell you much about your Case Plow.
I did have a Ford/Dearborn disc plow for a few years. It was smaller - 23" wheels. I could not make it cut as cleanly nor as deeply as a moldboard plow. My understanding is that they were for stoney or rooty soils that would hang up a moldboard plow.
I thought it would be just the ticket for my deer plots. Sold it last spring.
A moldboard for the gardens and a quacker/cultivator in the woods were better uses of my time/gas.

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01-22-2009 09:15:03

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 Re: Case disc plow questions in reply to Roger A. NY, 01-21-2009 09:51:10  
Aren't disc plows for loose soils? What kind of soil do you have in your region?

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