It's time to turn the dirt! Take a ride on one of the bottom plows being pulled by a steam engine across the field near Andover in our 360 degree video. The demonstration was part of the three-day James Valley Threshing Show.
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Use either your mouse (if on a computer) or your finger (if on a touchscreen device like a phone or tablet) to click on to the video and move the orientation either up, down, left or right.
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