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TasCowboy 350677 48 Kverneland BB 5 Furrow mouldboard plough either
Kverneland BB 5 Furrow mouldboard plough
Kverneland BB 5 furrow semi mounted mouldboard plough.

One of the best ploughs on the market :-)
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Re: Kverneland BB 5 Furrow mouldboard plough
Another one of a Kverneland BB (this time a 6 furrow) on a John Deere tractor.
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I prefer yellow-orange reversible ploughs ;-). Are in Down Under many mouldboardploughs?
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Yellow and orange, what brand has those colours? I am not familiar with it.

Here in my home state (Tasmania) the mouldboard plough is very popular. In some parts of mainland Australia it is popular too (potato / vegetable growing areas) but not as widelu used as here in TAS.

Our soils are alot more suited to mouldboard ploughing than the mainland & our farming practices suit it as well. Kverneland & Overum would be the two most widely used plough brands here, with a spread of both conventional & reversible machines (both semi mounted & linkage mounted).

The largest conventional plough I have seen here is 10 furrows & the largest reversible would be 8 furrows.

Cheers :-)

The Cowboy.
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Yellow/orange is Huard, a French brand that doesn't exist anymore. It's owned by Kuhn, so the plows are now sold under the Kuhn brandname.
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Ok, no worries :-)
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