Shovel plow

Shovel plow

A nonwheeled plow intended for cultivation and using one or more shovels instead of a moldboard.
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I acquired appropriate handles and a shovel plow point from plow collector Harold Eddy at his fascinating museum in Slater, Missouri.
His first effort combined a seed hopper, a mechanical device for dropping the corn, a shovel plow to open a trench and a log rolling behind to cover the seed.
Le Roy's product line included walking plows (steel or wood beams), sulky plows, tractor plows, hiller and shovel plows. Le Roy also produced land rollers, manure spreaders, buzz saws, harrows, discs, garden cultivators, row markers, pulverizers, packers and the Boss potato digger.
in about 1890, as well as sulky and 2-way riding plows, shovel plows, spring tooth harrows, hand and riding cultivators, walk-behind road scrapers, and barn hay forks and carriers.