1947 Farmall H - Disc-Harrowing - Video

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1947 Farmall H - Disc-Harrowing - Video

Postby PVF1799 » Sun Jun 22, 2014 9:47 pm

Hi all - I captured a bunch of interesting views today. I hope you enjoy the video and yes - the ol'47 is smoking a bit. Gotta Rex'48 done - Once my finances recover from that I may do the H. It was a heck of a day for seat-time.

I also planted corn with Princess '55 but needed to do this video first as the other one is more complex to edit.

Hope you enjoy.
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Re: 1947 Farmall H - Disc-Harrowing - Video

Postby Donegal Cub » Mon Jun 23, 2014 5:33 am

Hi Ken,
I watched and enjoyed both videos, I bet your dad has some stories to tell of years gone by planting spuds, he is a warrior. I worked on spud farms a lot as a young boy, some farmers used horses and some had tractors, mostly Ferguson's. in fact where I now play golf, I gathered spuds on it when it was farmland. Thanks for sharing. :{_}: :{_}:
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