By this invention the mold-board and, lay always retain their form while on the frame or foundation ; and in case the lay becomes sprung while being sharpened, it will be caused to take its original shape when applied to the frame or foundation. Thus all inconvenience from the lay and mold-board in steel plows being sprung and banging in the soil, is avoided. A perfectly smooth and regular steel surface is presented to the soil. This plow is well adapted for western lands. It is the invention of John Lane, of Lockport, 111.
This article was originally published with the title "Steel Plow"