A Farmall 656 gas tractor spring plowing in March 2009 with a 3 furrow plow. www.photofarming.com
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how many inches are that plow?
i plow a threee furrow plow with my allis chalmers 160 (40hp) not heavy enough though, won’t plow any more then 10 inches deep
my grandfather has a 656, that the hours has been maxed out and he still uses it all the time.
I’m in the Niagara Peninsula in Ontario, Canada. My 656 is gas, and has over 8000hours on it. I’m looking to get a newer machine, but there is no way I’ll trade this one in. I’ll just keep it around for yard pulling and take it out to disc once in a while.
Nice 656! I do all my corn planting with mine. looking for a 3 point hitch for it tho.. the seagulls chase me here as well! Where are you located?
great video…looks like you turned over some tasty worms for the birds!
great video! My uncle has a 666 and it was feeding the cows last week. Always shedded. Had a model of a 966 when I was a kid.
funny how the seagulls show up when there isn’t a lake for 25 miles?
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