SYSTEMATIC PLOUGHING

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Subjects:

  • Agriculture
  • Education

Genres:

  • Instructional
  • Training

Decade:

  • 1950s

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Title: SYSTEMATIC PLOUGHING

Reference number: 9342

Date: 1957*

Sponsor: [Tractor Division Ford of Dagenham] and Ransomes, Sim and Jeffries Ltd.

Production company: [ Ford-Ransomes]

Sound: sound

Colour: col

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 13.51 mins

Description: Detailed training film depicting good systematic ploughing practice.
No. 2 in a 'Good Ploughing' magazine series made by Ford-Ransomes.

This film was used for education and training purposes at the North of Scotland Agricultural College (SAC)

See also ref. 9341

Credits: FR Magazine. Good Ploughing Series Two. Systematic Ploughing

Westrax Recording System

Shotlist: opening credits and title (0.14) Informational film about a young man receiving further training on ploughing. The man had been to agricultural collage but still had a lot to learn. A more experience farmer teaches the man how to set up the plough. The method of systematically ploughing is demonstrated by the men and a graphic. The land should be divided up and the plough adjusted accordingly. The man is shown being supervised while ploughing by the older man. Information about correct practice is given throughout the film. Close ups of the plough are shown. Correct ploughing method is demonstrated with a cartoon graphic. Continuous ploughing is then discussed and illustrated by the young man and a cartoon. The film concludes by stressing the importance of planning (13.44) ecs (13.51)