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Kverneland LB8 5 furrow reverse plough, manual variwidth, good metal £2750 Vogel & Noot 5 furrow reverse plough with good metal £ 2250

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G J WEBBER TRACTORS LTD
NORTH TAWTON, United Kingdom

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6 metre, hydraulic fold, quick fit tines, packer roller, choice of 2, tidy Cultivation

For Sale: GBP £8,450

Harrison Tractors
Peterborough, England, United Kingdom

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6f plough, onland/in furrow

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Sudbury, SUFFOLK, United Kingdom

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5+1 PLOUGH NEW BOARDS NO REPAIRS IN GOOD CONDITION AN IN FURROW PLOUGH

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ROE GROUP
SOUTH HYKEHAM, United Kingdom

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8 FURROW ON LAND PLOUGH IN AS NEW CONDITION DONE VERY LITTLE WORK EXCELLENT

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ROE GROUP
SOUTH HYKEHAM, United Kingdom

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2015 Kvernealand 150S 4 furrow manual vari-width,No28 Boards , all discs, as new £15000

For Sale: GBP £15,000

D & A Kidd
PENRITH, United Kingdom

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Kverneland EG85 4 Furrow Reversible Full set of skimmers One disk on back 160 Headstock Very nice plough for age

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J E Rees and Sons
Llandysul, United Kingdom

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Kverneland Ed85 5 Furrow Reversible 160 Headstock Trashboards Double depth wheel

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J E Rees and Sons
Llandysul, United Kingdom

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Kverneland Ed85 5 Furrow Reversible 160 Headstock Trashboards Double depth wheel

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J E Rees and Sons
Llandysul, United Kingdom

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Kverneland EM85 5 Furrow Reversible Full set of Disks and Skimmers

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J E Rees and Sons
Llandysul, United Kingdom

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7f (6+1) mounted on-land/in-furrow plough c/w hydraulic vari-width, No. 8 bodies, good/new metal

For Sale: GBP £9,850

J. Brock & Sons
Thaxted, ESSEX, United Kingdom

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2011 DOWDESWELL MA170 8 FURROW PLOUGH (7+1) DD DODIES AND PRESS ARM

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ROE GROUP
SOUTH HYKEHAM, United Kingdom

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Demo condition! 5 furrow auto reset. Vari width. Hydraulic front furrow. On slats. Would not find a nicer condition plough.

For Sale: GBP £14,000

Willis Farms
Wales, Wales, United Kingdom

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Model – Servo 45 Shear Bolt Plough Year – 2008 Excellent Condition

For Sale: GBP £8,500

Kelso & Lothian Harvesters Ltd
Roxburghshire, United Kingdom

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5ft Auto Reset c/w depth wheel with damper, skimmers, rear discs, hydraulic front furrow width. St# NF-17-06-17SOBO

For Sale: GBP £8,250

RIPON FARM SERVICES LTD - RIPON - HQ
TADCASTER, NORTH YORKSHIRE, United Kingdom

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- EXCELLENT CONDITION - KONGSKILDE OVERUM VARI FLEX EXH 6 FURROW PLOUGH - Check Valves - VARIO WITH - REAR DISC

For Sale: GBP £13,500

Estrada Exports LTD
Barnstaple, England, United Kingdom

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Servo 35, five furrow reversible plough, very good metal all around and very tidy., Servo 35, five furrow reversible plough, very good metal all around and very tidy.

For Sale: GBP £9,500

Tallis Amos - Evesham
Bibury, Cirencester, United Kingdom

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- 90% METAL - VERY LITTLE USE - VARIO WITH - EXCELLENT CONDITION - SHEARBOLT - REAR DISC

For Sale: GBP £8,950

Estrada Exports LTD
Barnstaple, England, United Kingdom

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KVERNELAND LD85/240 6 FURROW PLOUGH C/w No 8 boards, manual vari-width. This plough doesn't seem to have done much work and is in good mechanical condition. £POA, contact us on 01763 780440.

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Oakfields
Nuthampsted, United Kingdom

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Varimaster, due in soon - contact Nigel Worthington 07854 186508 for more details.

For Sale: GBP £5,000

Rea Valley Tractors Ltd
SHREWSBURY, Shropshire, United Kingdom

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Comment: FUELTYPE : N/A Kvernland LD85-160 5 furrow plough, 4+1,depth wheel and skimmers, 80%metal , Drive: Saloon

For Sale: GBP £4,750

Doubleday Group
SPALDING, LINCOLNSHIRE, United Kingdom

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Comment: FUELTYPE : N/A Dowdeswell DP100S 4+1 5 furrow plough, slatted boards, auto-reset, skimmers and land wheel , Drive: Saloon

For Sale: GBP £4,750

Doubleday Group
SPALDING, LINCOLNSHIRE, United Kingdom

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Comment: FUELTYPE : Diesel DOORS : 1 ENGINESIZE : 111 Dowdeswell DP8B 3+1 4 furrow plough UCN bodies, rear disc, depth wheel , Drive: Saloon

For Sale: GBP £1,550

Doubleday Group
SPALDING, LINCOLNSHIRE, United Kingdom

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Comment: FUELTYPE : N/A Kverneland LB85 6 Furrow plough, 240 headstock, No8 bodies, hydraulic variwidth, rear disc, skimmers and depth wheel , Drive: Saloon

For Sale: GBP £5,850

Doubleday Group
SPALDING, LINCOLNSHIRE, United Kingdom

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LEMKEN DLV 120 5 FURROW HYDRAULIC PLOUGH C/w hydraulic Vari-width and press arm. All wearing parts 50% or more and looks in good mechanical order. Serial Number: 188898. £3750 + VAT.

For Sale: GBP £3,750

Oakfields
Nuthampsted, United Kingdom

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Ploughs

The plough is one of the oldest, most widespread and basic implements in agriculture.

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Ploughs

The plough is one of the oldest, most widespread and basic implements in agriculture.

It has been in use since the beginning of farming and is one of the earliest and most important advances in agriculture. It greatly increased yields and helped spread farming practices around the world. Historically, ploughs were first powered by humans and then drawn by animals such as cattle, horses, oxen or mules. Today, however, they are almost exclusively pulled by tractors. Ploughs have been made from wood, iron and steel, as materials science advanced. A plough operates by simply turning over the topmost layer of soil. This has the effect of bringing nutrients closer to the surface, where they can be used by the crop. It also buries weeds and crop residue, allowing them to be broken down in the soil and thus enriching the earth by recycling these nutrients. It also removes seeds, leaving the soil clear for planting a fresh crop. The act of ploughing homogenises the upper layers of the earth, down to a depth of perhaps 25cm. This forms the plough layer, which can be accessed by the roots of the vast majority of crops. Once ploughed, most fields are left to dry and then harrowed to achieve a finer tilth before any planting takes place.  

The first mechanical ploughs were steam-powered — they were self-powered ploughs or pulled by steam tractors. Soon, however, the more familiar internal combustion engine took over. The basic plough design remained consistent from many hundreds of years, comprising a coulter, mouldboard and ploughshare.

Major design improvements did not arrive until the 1700s, when the Rotherham plough featured a revised shape and iron-covered mouldboard. This was much lighter and more manoeuvrable than previous ploughs and suited to smaller English fields. It was also one of the very first mass-produced ploughs, being made in the factories that were heralding the start of the Industrial Revolution.

The later 1700s saw the arrival of the first cast ploughs, made from a single piece of iron. These later evolved into multi-part units to better cope with breakages. In 1837, the first steel plough was produced by John Deere in the US. This was a major breakthrough, being strong enough to plough soils previously thought of as being unsuitable for farming and bringing much more land into production.

These initial ploughs could only plough to one side, usually the right, but the turnwrest plough allowed ploughing on either side of the unit, and then the reversible plough used two mouldboards mounted rear to rear, with the rear mouldboard being raised when not in use and then being deployed when the plough is turned over at the end of a row. Most modern ploughs are of the reversible type and mounted on a tractor via its three-point linkage.

The range of ploughs available to modern farmers is vast. It includes examples from manufacturers such as Bomford, Browns, Chiltern, Dowdeswell, Flexicoil, Goizin Prestidge, Gregoire, International, Kuhn, Kverneland, Lemken, Massey Ferguson, Overum, Rabe, Ransome, Rumstad, Vaderstad and Vogel.

Modern ploughs are generally exceptionally hardy and can give many years of excellent service. A used plough is therefore a good investment and should also offer long, trouble-free use. A good trial is essential, along with a visual inspection of major components to ensure they are in reasonable condition.