Classic Ford fleet provides plenty of choice for plough

Ashcroft, Geoff
December 2006
Farmers Weekly;12/15/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 24, p70
Trade Publication
The article features the Ford 8200 farm tractor owned by farmer Ian Cradock of Wiltshire, England. The tractor was bought in 1981 from a sale in Devon, England to handle the four-furrow reversible plough and 3 meters power harrow. It has 115 horsepower allowing it to handle the farm's latest plough. It can also plough 5 hectares field a day because of its 14 inches furrows.


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