Case Centennial Plow

Case Centennial Plow
Case Centennial Plow In 1837, the Case plow business began in Grand Detour, Illinois. It was developed to solve problems working the rich, sticky prairie fields. A century of progress led to the development of the Case Centennial Plow. With soil conservation and performance in mind, engineers gave the plow extra clearance under the beams and between bottoms. The shape of the moldboards made it easy to turn under residue providing organic material to the soil. The quick lever lift made maintaining waterways effortless. Built in 2, 3, and 4 bottom styles, there was a Case Centennial plow for every size tractor.
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