To make a moldboard as finely tempered in its way as a "Toledo blade" was his ambition.
This shows that the soil is slipping off the moldboard easily.
The long fingers of the moldboard helped break the sod further.
The moldboard of this plow is made of wood and covered with thick pieces of iron.
The model has a share, standard, and moldboard of metal with a gauge wheel on the beam.
This sod-turning plow has its landside, moldboard, and colter in separate pieces.
The first plow on record with strips of steel on the moldboard is attributed to John Lane in Chicago in 1833.
Its moldboard was based on a design worked out by Thomas Jefferson.
The moldboard was rough and the curves of no two were alike.
The end of the beam is fastened to a brace which extends to the back of the moldboard.