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#1 propane1 ONLINE  

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Posted August 07, 2016 - 04:59 PM

and I wondered if anybody is into plow match stuff for fun or serious. I am in it for fun, not a expert. And do you use garden tractors or antique tractors or both.
My question is, does any body do a split crown opon your opening. We, at Dundas plowing match, plow away, then come back. Giving a crown on top of the land. But in real matches they plow the crown so that all the sod is cut and flipped over. The way we do it, sod is flipped over on top of uncut sod.
The idea of cutting all the sod opon opening is so that grass will not grow up threw the top layer, if your useing land to grow stuff.
Just wondering if anybody has done this and has any tips.
Plus can it be done with a single sod plow ????

Noel

Plow match is august 26/27/28, in Dundas, PEI.
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#2 James Bosma OFFLINE  

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Posted August 07, 2016 - 08:24 PM

I usually support the antique engines at our local match

Have a good collection or small engines plus 1 hit and miss

My father has may hit and miss engines he displays at the match

I don't have a big tractor and no GT class at our local match


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