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John Deere 5M Implements Part 1 . . Hey all, here is the updated John Deere implements. For now I have only made 3 implements. The first implement's official name is Sickle Mower-Conditioner but is more commonly known as a swather. A sickle mower uses stationary teeth, and a knife to cut hay. The conditioners roll the hay, and dry it out so you don't have to flip it over. Here are some of the conditioners, there are more inside. The hay goes between them and gets squished. Also the wheels move up and down to raise and lower the swather. The front has a reel that spins the hay into the teeth, and knife. The second implement is a brush drag. Simply put, it is just that, something you drag across the brush. It is used after a field is plowed to beat down the clumps of dirt. Usually used in the spring. Most brush drags are a hoge podge of tires, chains, and other things to add weight. I have even seen a brush drag made out of a old fence panel. Tires added for weight. The more weight on a brush drag the better, my friend wanted me to ride on his while he went around the field, because he needed more weight. Third implement is a 3 bottom plow. 3 bottom, or three plows. Used in the spring to plow the soil. I got the idea to use axes for plow bottoms from Thiemaiter Thanks for looking! Oh, and as per the advice of Chris Melby, I've put this on cuusoo

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