Animal Drawn Plough
An animal drawn plough which is also known as ox drawn plough, cow drawn plough, bullock drawn plough, buffalo drawn plough, etc is a traditional agricultural tool used for tilling the soil. The plough is attached to a draft animal, such as an ox, cow, bullock and buffalo which pulls it along the field. This method of ploughing has been used for centuries and is still practiced in certain parts of the world, especially in rural areas where mechanized farming equipment is not readily available.
R.G. Industries is a leading manufacturer and exporter of Golden Crop Animal Drawn Plough which are also known as Ox Drawn Plough, Cow Drawn Plough, Bull/Bullock Drawn Plough, Mule Drawn Plough and Horse Drawn Ploughs. We are committed to deliver premium quality, cost effective and reliable products that cater to the diverse needs of the farmers in Africa. With a focus on innovation and customer satisfaction, we aim to contribute to the growth and success of agriculturist’s communities around the world. If you are interested in buying or have inquiries related to your ploughing needs, please feel free to contact us.
We are proud to serve the agriculturalists / Farmers in East Africa – Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Zimbabwe, South Sudan, Sudan, Cameroon, Mozambique, Madagascar and Zambia as our main market. We understand the unique farming practices, soil condition, and crop types in these regions. Our ploughing products are specifically designed to meet the diverse needs of farmers in these countries.
Features of Golden Crop Animal Drawn Plough
- It is a manually operated basic implement for preparation of land & is useful in hard, dry, trashy & stumpy land.
- Heavy-duty clearance allows the plough to operate under heavy crop residual where scouring is a problem.
- Golden Crop plough is a single furrow high performance plough that is light weight & have a sturdy construction.
- All plough parts are interchangeable as all the part assemblies have same design.
- Golden Crop Plough is excellent for all kinds of soil, land and crops like maize, rice and cotton etc.
- Our products are manufactured using the latest production techniques, at our state of the art infrastructure.
- Our team subjects all products to stringent tests, thereby ensuring that only defect free range is delivered to the clients.
- We have mustered a huge clientele across the globe with our transparent business deals.
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Uses of Golden Crop Animal Drawn Plough
The Animal Draw Plough are also known as ox plough, cow plough or bull plough and buffalo plough, has been used for various purposes in traditional agricultural practices. Here are some common uses:
The primary use of an Animal Drawn Plough is to prepare the soil for planting crops. It cuts through the soil, loosening it and turning it over, which helps to break up compacted soil, remove weeds, and incorporate organic matter.
The animal drawn plough helps to create a suitable seedbed by providing a well-tilled and levelled surface for sowing seeds. It prepares the soil by creating furrows or ridges where seeds can be placed, optimizing seed-to-soil contact
Ploughing with an plough can help to control weeds by burying their seeds and uprooting existing weeds. By turning over the soil, the plough disrupts the growth cycle of weeds, reducing their competition with cultivated crops.
In certain regions with a monsoon climate or areas prone to heavy rainfall, the animal drawn plough is used to create furrows or channels that facilitate water drainage. It helps to prevent waterlogging and thus improves soil drainage, which is crucial for crop growth.
The use of an animal drawn plough can contribute to soil conservation efforts. By ploughing in a specific direction and contouring the land, farmers can minimize soil erosion caused by water runoff and promote the conservation of fertile topsoil.
How to Setup an Animal Drawn Plough?
Setting up an animal drawn plough typically involves several steps. Here’s a general guide on how to set up an animal drawn plough:
Assemble the Plough
If the plough is not already assembled, follow the manufacturer’s instructions or arrange the components to form the complete plough structure. This may involve attaching the blade, handles, and other necessary parts.
Check the Plough Components
Ensure that all parts of the plough are in good condition and securely attached. Check for any damage, loose bolts, or worn-out components that may affect its performance.
Prepare the Animals
If using oxen, cows, bulls, buffalos, or any other draft animals, make sure they are harnessed properly and comfortably. Check the harnesses for wear and ensure they fit the animals correctly. Adjust the harness to balance the load and distribute the pulling force evenly.
Connect the Plough to the Animals
Attach the plough to the harness of the draft animals. This is typically done by connecting the plough’s hitch or hook to the appropriate point on the animal’s harness. Ensure the connection is secure and allows for smooth movement.
Adjust the Plough Depth
Set the desired ploughing depth by adjusting the position of the blade. This can usually be done by changing the angle or depth-setting mechanism of the plough. The depth depends on factors such as soil type, crop requirements, and the desired outcome of ploughing.
Test and Adjust
Before starting the actual ploughing, take a short test run to ensure everything is properly set up. Observe how the plough interacts with the soil and make any necessary adjustments to the blade’s angle or depth.
Once you are satisfied with the setup and adjustments, start ploughing by guiding the animals in a straight line across the field. Maintain a consistent pace and ensure the plough remains at the desired depth throughout the process.
Remember, the specific setup steps may vary depending on the type and design of the plough you are using. It’s always a good idea to consult the manufacturer’s instructions or seek guidance from experienced farmers familiar with animal-drawn ploughing in your region.
What are other names of Animal Drawn Plough?
Animal drawn plough are known by various names around the world, reflecting regional and cultural differences. Here are some alternative names for animal drawn plough:
- Bull drawn plough / Bullock drawn plough
- Ox drawn plough
- Cow drawn plough
- Buffalo drawn plough
- Horse drawn plough
- Mule drawn plough
- Donkey drawn plough
- Draught drawn plough
- Hand drawn plough (when operated manually by farmers)
- Plow (alternative spelling commonly used in North America)
- Aratil (used in some parts of India)
- Arao (used in the Philippines)
- Wakati (used in certain regions of Africa)
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