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Performance evaluation of the most common grain drills In IRAN written for presentation at the CSAE/SCGR 2003 meeting Montreal, Quebec, July 6-9, 2003 Paper no.
The result: a grain drill that folded in half for easier transport between fields and also featured a large seed box that could be transported full.
The machinery complement for the no-till system includes a 10-foot no-till grain drill which has a retail price of $13,000.
It is a great compliment to haybuster's grain drill product line.
Here, an immaculately turned-out family spends a leisurely afternoon picnicking and watching the man of the house as he sows wheat with his horse-drawn Empire grain drill.
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An example is where one person owns the corn planter and the other person owns the grain drill.
An 1882 Wayne catalog lists the company's products as the Richmond Champion grain drill, the Richmond broadcast seeder, the Champion 1-row corn drill, the Indiana walking cultivator, the Richmond Royce self-rake reaper, the improved Richmond mower and Moon's patent lever fodder-cutting box.
If you have never driven a tractor, never plowed, never calibrated a grain drill or corn planter, don't expect to harvest as much as the farmer who's been doing all that for 50 years,
Others believe it to be an acre counter off a grain drill.
On large farms wheat (and other small grains, meaning everything except corn) is planted with a grain drill.
The poster, which was lithographed onto celluloid rather than paper, shows a Hoosier grain drill issued by the Hoosier Grain Drill Co.