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(6/27/2012 2:04:51 AM)
RE:Massey Harris Implements.
This is the third and final Pulverator Plough I know of so far in UK, I bought it from Mark Wendel in Nebraska after looking for one for many years, it really amazed me when I got it into the field how it will chop and bury trash, leaving a good tilth in lighter soils. I am very surprised this concept of one pass cultivation has not been used in these times of high horsepower taractors with one pass machines.
The unusual feature of the Pulverator Plough which I have not seen on any other trailed plough is the lift mechanism is in the hub of the furrow wheel, where as general purpose ploughs have the lift in the land wheel, does anyone know the answer to this?
The photo's are taken at the Onslow Park Steam Rally working field in Shrewsbury, Shropshire a few years ago.
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