Sulky Plow by Wiard Plow Co. at Peterborough 08 - IMG 3218

A restored horse drawn Sulky Plow built by the Wiard Plow Co. in the USA. exhibited at the National Tractor Show - Peterborough 2008

The Sulky Plow is a horse drawn type of plow used in the late 19th century, prior to the introduction of mounted tractor plows.

The name comes from the use of a sulky two wheeled cart with the plow mounted below.


There are two spellings of Plough (British English) and Plow (US English). This article as it is about a US related design uses the US spelling. UK articles use UK spelling.

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