Bull plow

Bull plow

An early, crude turning plow, introduced in New York State about 1810. It was similar to the Bar-share plow.
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The "bull plow" was much quicker than men with shovels and much better adapted to swampy areas than horse-drawn equipment or the primitive machinery then available.
The bull plowed through the tall willows straight toward us and closed about 50 yards before Kevin asked again if I was ready.
The bull plowed through the brush, tilting his antlers right and then left with every step.