By the end of the month, with these forty ploughs, some 750 acres had been broken up.
Ploughs of this sort were in use in Illinois as late as 1812.
Well, don't the fellahs still yoke their wives to their ploughs?
The ploughs were followed by heavy rollers of wood to pack the snow.
He forgets often to return your ploughs and that sort of thing.
But she knew the country too well; she knew the lowing of cattle, the milking, the ploughs.
Where the soil is too rocky for the ploughs to work, men with mattocks break it up.
The ploughs in this part of the country are more antiquated than any I have seen.
Truly it had been a great killing, and the ground was ripped as if by ploughs.
At a distance, the ploughs resembled a great column of field artillery.