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Garden Plowing

Postby SONNY » Sun Nov 08, 2009 8:04 pm

For the last couple days I had a plow day,--BUT I was the only one who showed up!---Awhile back someone wanted pics. of what I plowed with,---Here is the main plow and tractor that works best for me!

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Top pic is side view and bottom pic. is right rear corner view.

The plow was an AC 2-bottom pull type until it met the hot wrench and lost a few un-needed parts! After adding a couple braces and the 3-point linkage I have a plow that lets me back into tight places, or back out!

I have a couple other homemade plows that get some use too!---Like the big 1-bottom dude that the 404 hates to hook on to! thanks; sonny
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Re: Garden Plowing

Postby SONNY » Sun Nov 29, 2009 8:40 pm

http://yfrog.com/44picturel038ay4j

This is the big 1-bottom plow that I made and use part of the time. thanks; sonny
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Re: Garden Plowing

Postby beaconlight » Sun Nov 29, 2009 9:12 pm

Very nice.
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Re: Garden Plowing

Postby daddydip » Mon Nov 30, 2009 4:14 pm

we are on the same page Sonny, watching the weather report i got excited and got the garden done sunday and all of the little gardens around the house. they were calling for the teens in two weeks but it has been revised since to in the twenties and thirties( these are night time temps) anyway the seat time was great and i'm already reving for the spring :big afro:
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Re: Garden Plowing

Postby SONNY » Mon Nov 30, 2009 10:25 pm

Right now its getting down to the wire here for dirt work, BUT I did get a little more turned over and also had a chance between flurries the other day to get ole "580" into the gardens and dig out several stumps so we can farm more of the yard!----added a LOT of square footage!!---Still have to carry out the stumps and gather up the roots!--cub and springtooth will sift thru the loose dirt and get the smaller roots!--I HOPE!!!LOL!! thanks; sonny
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