Kverneland 2500 I-Plough

An Gof

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Location
Cornwall
Anybody have one of these?
Be interested in any comments and reviews. Thinking about a possible change, not had any prices yet so unaware of what the premium is. Any comments, reviews etc would be appreciated.

PS Don’t tell me to buy a DD to save the planet :p:LOL:
 

MrNoo

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Location
Cirencester
A contractor friend has one and loves it but I have not quizzed him in detail about it, having just bought a Kuhn here. It was pretty pricey by all accounts.
 

trigger

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Location
cumbria
Anybody have one of these?
Be interested in any comments and reviews. Thinking about a possible change, not had any prices yet so unaware of what the premium is. Any comments, reviews etc would be appreciated.

PS Don’t tell me to buy a DD to save the planet :p:LOL:
we run two ploughing around 2500acre a year, there a great idea for people who cant plough straight(n)and the ability to change depth on the move is great for finishings off,kv back up has been great for the few small problems we've had but I sometimes wonder if it would just be better to spend the extra money on an extra furrow
 
we run two ploughing around 2500acre a year, there a great idea for people who cant plough straight(n)and the ability to change depth on the move is great for finishings off,kv back up has been great for the few small problems we've had but I sometimes wonder if it would just be better to spend the extra money on an extra furrow
If you cant make a half decent attempt at keeping a plough straight where its needed then this is the expensive way of doing it.
Altho there is one thing it will never do... IS MAKE YOU ANY MORE MONEY.
It is a expensive luxury toy nothing more than that.
KV just had to make one tho to poss prove a point.
Id still buy pretty much the same plough again as i did nearly 5 years ago if i needed another.
but it wouldnt be any model of the i-plough.
 

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