During the course of the year I try and attend a few local shows with either a single combine or a tractor or two.
After purchasing the 1200 I needed something which would compliment the tractor, and probably the best known implement which featured
on a lot of the sales brochures of the 1200 was the Massey 24 chisel plough.
This cultivator was a Massey badged Bmford superflow, which was very popular throughout the sixties seventies, and still in use today on many heavy land farms, even though
New technologies in cultivating has somewhat curtailed their use.
The cultivators were available in various configurations and leg tine numbers and positions, and could be adapted with low draft leg tines also, depth wheels were also an option.
The cultivators were suited to four wheel drive tractors county, Roadless, also two wheeled drive 60/70 hp tractors depending on size of cultivator and ground conditions.
Proving very popular at breaking up hard panned ground and a substitute to
just a shallow depth plough.
What follows now is a few photos of my restoration of a previous Massey Badged cultivator that originally came from Lincolnshire, I was fortunate this one was pretty straight and had not suffered from any damage in its life
with everything present and correct including the depth wheels.