We just upgraded our old one way plow to a five furrow semi-mount overum rollover. It works amazing, leaves no finish and cuts almost a third off our time. However, it leaves almost a 100ft headland to work with, and we lost any time gained last year on plowing headlands. Does anybody have an idea of how to fix this? Either by making a smaller headland or a tillage tool that can manage headlands quicker? Any thoughts are appreciated!
the end of the field where you need to turn around
unfortunately i dont know that there is any way to make the headlands smaller. way back when, we used to have a 5 bottom semi mount plow and we never could figure out how to have smaller headlands. have you ever gave any thought to just running a chisel plow over the head lands? that would be quicker and easier to do
I have seen neighbors chisel plow headlands
Did they spray them down first? Most of our stubble has pretty dense redclover and we use a plow to kill it but a chisel plow wont.