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13 - Vol 4 - Issue 1 - Spring 1995 - Digital Copy

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Main feature is a 4m home made one pass cultivator which replaced power harrows on a Yorks farm. The frame at the back has a piggy-back Nordsten seed drill, making this a flexible tool which towed by a drawbar on the rear links. There's plenty of useful material - workshop press with more than a dozen tools; grab 'n scoop adaptor for shear grabs; home built mobile penning for cattle handling anywhere; silage grab mounted ona swivel for loading in narrow passages; machine for spreading road planings evenly; and loads of tips



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