I H 300 series

Same95

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Anyone rate the ih 300 ploughs? We have one, it makes a smashing job - can't get points for it now though unfortunately. I think it is made by Kylingstad or something - did they go on to become kverenland?!
 

Howard150

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Location
Yorkshire
Extract from the Kverneland history page
From Family Business To The Stock Exchange

In 1983 the family owned company was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange. This move provided the company with the necessary resource for further expand, and in 1984 Kverneland ASA acquired Kyllingstad Plogfabrikk in Kleppe, Norway. Two years later in 1986, Underhaugs Fabrikk in Nærbø, Norway, was added to the family. Today's parent company, Kverneland ASA, was finally established in 1989 as a legal entity.
 

Same95

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I thought other people must like them besides us! I've found that some parts do match up to kverneland - but not points.
 

john432

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Location
Carmarthenshire
Just come across a International 300 series 3 furrow plough, bought new, never been used, but left outside for 40 years?? Actually very good, but is it now obsolete as far as getting points etc is concerned. Odd looking points, with a thick kind of wire attaching them to a loop in the mouldboard stays.
 
Just come across a International 300 series 3 furrow plough, bought new, never been used, but left outside for 40 years?? Actually very good, but is it now obsolete as far as getting points etc is concerned. Odd looking points, with a thick kind of wire attaching them to a loop in the mouldboard stays.
Think it may be an SKH plough re badged International, they were a knock on point with a spring steel clip about the thickness if an acrobat tine accessed from the rear of body
 

multi power

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Location
pembrokeshire
Just come across a International 300 series 3 furrow plough, bought new, never been used, but left outside for 40 years?? Actually very good, but is it now obsolete as far as getting points etc is concerned. Odd looking points, with a thick kind of wire attaching them to a loop in the mouldboard stays.
Have you got any photos? Heck of a good plough
 

multi power

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Location
pembrokeshire
Just come across a International 300 series 3 furrow plough, bought new, never been used, but left outside for 40 years?? Actually very good, but is it now obsolete as far as getting points etc is concerned. Odd looking points, with a thick kind of wire attaching them to a loop in the mouldboard stays.
Have you got any photos? Heck of a good plough
 

john432

Member
Location
Carmarthenshire
Sorry @multi power ,didnt think to take any photos, it was getting dark. Plough is on a farm, the batchelor farmer has had to go into a home. Apparently it has never ploughed an acre, just dumped on the field, but the boards and points etc were clear of the ground, and no deep pitting of rust on the boards. You interested? What kind of money should I offer ? Could ask his nephew ?
 

multi power

Member
Location
pembrokeshire
Sorry @multi power ,didnt think to take any photos, it was getting dark. Plough is on a farm, the batchelor farmer has had to go into a home. Apparently it has never ploughed an acre, just dumped on the field, but the boards and points etc were clear of the ground, and no deep pitting of rust on the boards. You interested? What kind of money should I offer ? Could ask his nephew ?
I have too many ploughs, and no ploughing to do !
We used to have a international 300 at home, it was variable width, made is Sweden I think, definitely one of the Scandinavian countries, by far the best plough I ever used
 

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Firefighters douse tractor ‘well alight in a field’

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Written by Agriland Team

Firefighters were called in to extinguish a tractor which was “well alight in a field” in Somerset, England, this week.

The incident occurred yesterday afternoon, Wednesday, July 29, on Chilton Road, Chilton Polden, Bridgwater, in the English county, local firefighters confirmed.

In a brief report on the matter, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service said: “Fire control received calls to a tractor on fire at Chilton Polden, Bridgwater.

“Fire control sent two fire engines from Bridgwater, one fire engine from Street and one water bowser from Yeovil.

Once the crew got in attendance the officer in charge confirmed one tractor well alight in a field...
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