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5 bladed Disk Tiller Vintage useable or display item Sugarcane

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This came off a sugar cane Farm/Plantation 1950s, they are called a one way, one way plow or disk tiller. Unlike a disc plow that have each blade mounted separately, one ways have the disks mounted on a shared axle like a disk harrow. The disks are closer together and a lighter machine than a disc plow. This model is semi-mounted meaning the front is mounted under the tractor, not towed behind with a tongue and front depth wheel. It is also attached to a draw bar. Many disk tillers had mounted seed boxes to plant small grains like Soy Beans or Pasture seeds. These were said to create Swales or shallow drainage ditches.

The first 3 photos are of my Disk, the other 2 off the internet. One shows one that was converted to 3 point hitch.
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