I had traversed it scores of times in every direction, following the plow, the harrow, or the seeder.
It lay now awaiting the plough and seeder of the intrepid pioneer.
There was an ominous silence under the seeder, as if the father could not believe his ears.
The men had followed the harrow and seeder a while that morning.
Those most in favor for ordinary sowing consist of a seeder wheeled over the ground on a frame resembling that of a wheelbarrow.
The seeder is equipped with a gauge which can be set to sow prescribed amounts of seed per acre.
About the center of the drum is a wooden, metal-rimmed wheel which ran down the furrow, keeping the seeder on course.
The operator saddled the seeder on his shoulder by means of a strap fastened to the seed sack.
He does a lot of odd things with big words and little ones, as spelling ‘cedar’ ‘seeder’—at least the simplest way!
A gauge on the seeder could be set to sow a prescribed amount of seeds per acre.