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    Default Do all

    I recently bought eighty acres and the man I bought it from said their was an old do all in the pasture, I was wondering if anyone knew what that is used for and how to use it.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Do all

    Do-all is a bandsaw .... Maybe he meant Farm-all

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    Default Re: Do all

    Could also be a clay target thrower. Maybe I'm anal, but if I were buying 80 acres I'd want to at least walk it and see what was there. Could be there's a spot where some yoyo has stacks of 50 gallon drums full of hazardous chemicals rusting away.

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    Default Re: Do all

    Around here a "Do All" is a piece of finishing equipment that is ran just in front of the planter. It's job is to level the land, prepare a good seed bed and incorporate chemicals. I really think the term Do All means different things to different farms but you will probably fine a piece of equipment that can do several different things at once which is where we get "Do All"

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    Default Re: Do all

    I'm wondering if it would be a Shaw Du-all.

    -shaw-du-all-2-jpg-shaw-du-all-1-jpg

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    Maybe it's a Carry All. If so, don't worry - you'll find it when mowing.

    "As you go through life, make this your goal: watch the donut, not the hole"

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    Default Re: Do all

    Put on your do-boots, walk out in your do-pasture, take/post a couple do-pics and do ask again.

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    Default Re: Do all

    Years ago there was a "Do it all" sold in your area which was basically an S tine field cultivator 3PH commonly availabe in 6' to 8' widths. I had an 8' model to use with my 3020 Deere. Today I have a Deere 6' field cultivator and with all the other attachments it doesn't see much use.

    I would not want to find it with my tractor and brush hog as has been mentioned.

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    A do all is run after you hip up rows to flatten and prep the bed for the planter. It leaves a flat seed bed and busts up any clods.

    Most have a reel looks like a long reel mower.
    Behind that are what looked like a drag harrow and last were boards, literally lumber, that left a flat bed.
    YOU SHOULD TREAT EVERYONE WITH COURTESY AND RESPECT. BUT HAVE A PLAN FOR KILLING THEM........JUST IN CASE.

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    Default Re: Do all

    Hipper Choppers®
    Modern version to do the same thing.

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