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Rotary Subsoil Plow
Winner of the Gold Medal at the recent SIMA farm show, this new plow has a drum (about 6 1/2 ft. wide) made up of pto-driven subsoiling tines. The entire drum and tines rotate to plow the ground. In the fall, for example, the rotary plow can be set deep to churn the upper 6 to 10 in. of soil. In the spring, it can be set shallow to prepare a seedbed. The pto-driven tines help propel the machine forward. Used for deep tillage, it covers about four acres per hour.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Erodrain, Zone Industrielle, 55210 Vigneules-Les-Hadonchatel. France.

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1985 - Volume #9, Issue #1