This video was taken at the 2016 Alvordton OH Plow Day. Featuring a Big Bud 525/50 and a DMI 21 Bottom Plow. The plow day was held on August 13, 2016.
For those of you who don't know, a plow day is where people bring their antique tractors and plows and spend the day plowing a field for fun and nostalgia. There is almost no actual plowing done on a large scale in this area. This event is used as a fundraiser and fun event for people to come see how farming used to be done.
This Big Bud and DMI plow are owned by a local farmer. He brings it to this plow day for people to see one of the worlds biggest plows in action. The tractor stock is about 525 hp but this one is turned up to between 600-650. The plow is a 1 of 1. It has 21 bottoms and has a hydraulically swinging draw-bar that allows the plow to cut between 21 and 40 feet per pass. My understanding is the plow was made for the Farm Progess show back in the late 70's and I know that is came from North Dakota before arriving in NW Ohio.