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Horse drawn plows
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Chief    Posted 02-11-2001 at 17:09:50       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Can anyone tell me a good place to get information on old plows? I have a few and would like to find out what thay are worth.


melissa myers    Posted 01-23-2002 at 09:46:43       [Reply]  [Send Email]
does anyone know how to set a joiner on a sulky plow? my husband just bought a brand new soil master plow and has no idea how to set the joiner. any info or ideas on books to read about it would be appreciated. he has always used a walking plow in the past. thank you.


Darwin Clausen    Posted 08-13-2005 at 07:44:41       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have an old horse drawn sulky high lift plow that I bought to pull with my team of mules. I would like to get information on what kind it is and how old it is. I have been told that it could be either a John Deer or BF Avery. Any idea of were I can get information on my plow.



Jim Young    Posted 01-13-2002 at 21:33:44       [Reply]  [Send Email]
A friend has a hook up for using three mules side by side to a wagon. They need to know how to hook the lines up to control the middle mule. The middle mule will be green and they have to have control of it to stop it.



Cecil    Posted 09-27-2005 at 17:57:04       [Reply]  [Send Email]
You got to have a triple tree, of course, with all three mules drafting on the triple tree.

then for control, the left line on the left bit of the left mule, right line on right bit of right mule; middle mule bits attached to inside bits of left and right mules. When you pull left line, it pulls left mule head to left, he takes middle mule head to left, middle mule takes right mule head to left, and so on?


Harry Culpepper    Posted 05-28-2004 at 10:40:08       [Reply]  [Send Email]
The easiest way that I have found to control the middle mule is to tie it back with a line from its bits to the inside hames of the two outside mules.

Hope this helps,
Harry Culpepper
Pontotoc, US, USA


coal train    Posted 02-11-2001 at 17:52:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
cheif it depends where you are and what you have I guess. I see and buy them any where from $15 to $150.Some town folks may give a lot more to set out for people to look at. Thats what us temesters are up agnist when we want to up date or replace if I new what part of the country you are in I mite be able to help you market them.


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