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Very enjoyable! Impressive when you look across the expanse of plowed ground. Large equipment has reduced our appreciation of what once was a monumental task, yet so necessary to sustain life. I love the kids being involved, this is similar to the upbringing many of us had, not gripping a game controller but actively involved in a social activity with social interaction and mentoring. Seems like a better way to grow a good crop of kids.
 
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That little girl in the pink and orange looks happier than all get out!
Great pics!

It makes me want to buy one of the small Brinley plows next time I find one for sale at auction. I wonder how my old 8HP 110 would do pulling it?
 

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That little girl in the pink and orange looks happier than all get out!
Great pics!

It makes me want to buy one of the small Brinley plows next time I find one for sale at auction. I wonder how my old 8HP 110 would do pulling it?
I think it will do fine, I've seen round fender 110s at plow days before. Look for a 8 inch or 10 inch Brinly sleeve hitch plow I do have a Simplicity 8 inch plow originally made for a walk behind that someone converted to a sleeve hitch. I would gladly give that to you if you were closer. May need some more mods, but should work.
 
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I hope next years plow day doesn't get soaked with rain. My daughter and I were really wanting to go. It really stunk having to unload our tractors and plows and put them back in the barn.
 
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