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OptiPhil 19429 158 Stuck Track Marshall either
Stuck Track Marshall
Looked like a wet field to start with :-[

Taken around 1988 in Lincs, UK.
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Why is that cultivator carrying those ploughing furrows on
top??

..Or is it just a very poor quality of performed work??
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I think you have to learn how to set a plow,look at the work
that is been done!!!!!
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I think you have to learn how to set a plow,look at the work
that is been done!!!!!
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I think that it is a terrible bit of ploughing, i am a
farmer in suffolk, i plough with a 306hp case and a 6 furrow
kuhn plough in the wet, and that does a good job, unlike the
t marshall.
:-)
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Don't blame the tractor for a bad job!
Mind you looks like they'd have been better off leaving it
all on the headland that day!
I used to plough with a Challenger 65 and 10 furrow besson
and when it was wet it stayed put. Having said that when
things got desperate the front furrow can off first, the
front land wheel moved back as it was a 6+4 which made the
tractor crab badly. Anyone else who has used this
combination will tell you the same. Then in wet heavy land
the back 4 came off and you could get on a treat then. One
time I had to put a 4 furrow mounted plough on the 65, I was
glad I was away from the road!
In the right conditions all(most) machine are good, in bad
conditions they're all mongrals!!!
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My dad used to pull a 6 furrow White plow with our Cockshutt
1850.
Josh
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When we farmed in England the land we had was pure clay
which we used to plow with a ford 9700 and a 4 furrow Ebra
and you had to get over 220 to pull a 6 furrow in good
conditions.
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just like we use a 155hp for a 4 furrow
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Indeed it is wet, thats y hes got stuck!
But i think the plough men had his plough set up right but
he wasnt going fast enough for the furrows to turn over and
match up to the following 1, not a fault of the driver but
of the conditions not allowing to allow of the extra speed
needed.
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