918 Sr 92 N Tunkhannock PA 18657

leroyplows@yahoo.com   (570) 836-8004

Farmer Brown’s Plow Shop

Jim and Linda Brown, the owners and operators of Farmer Brown’s Plow Shop, got married in 1969.

About Us

Planting the Seed:

Jim and Linda Brown, the owners and operators of Farmer Brown’s Plow Shop, got married in 1969.Their business is rooted in five
generations of experience.

Linda’s father, Fred, who has been working in horse logging since the 1940s.He gave Jim and Linda a horse to use on their new farm in 1975.”When Jim got his first horse, that’s when he envisioned a dream,” said Linda.

“I thought he was out of his mind, and so did everybody else. Little did I know that it would grow to be the business that it is today.”

 

Plow Handles

Jim and Linda Brown, the owners and operators of Farmer Brown’s Plow Shop, got married in 1969.Their business is rooted in five
generations of experience.

Linda’s father, Fred, who has been working in horse logging since the 1940s.He gave Jim and Linda a horse to use on their new farm in 1975.”When Jim got his first horse, that’s when he envisioned a dream,” said Linda.

“I thought he was out of his mind, and so did everybody else. Little did I know that it would grow to be the business that it is today.”

 

Farmer Browns Logging Arch being built now.
If you are interested please call we require half down
when you place your order.

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Featured Products

Farmer Brown DVD

Horse-Drawn Plowing With Farmer Brown DVD

This is from the Master of Horse Drawn Plowing him self.
Has been selling for over 11years. It is a must have for all.

This is a 4 and 1/2 hour three dvd set. It will show you the do’s and don’ts of plows and plowing in a simple, down-to-earth style. You will learn: *What to look for when purchasing a used plow. *How to assemble a walking plow piece-by-piece. *When to replace the plow beam, frog, landside, shin, moldboard, point, jointer, and depth wheel.

*How to plow with two and three horses. *How to adjust and use a walking plow and sulky plow to gain proper width and depth of cut in various soil conditions.

*How to adjust horizontal hitch, vertical hitch and line of draft, and how these affect the plow and cut. *How to open a land *How to make the crown, dead furrow and headlands.

$34.95

Practical Horse Drawn Logging

This is from the Master of Horse Drawn Plowing him self.
Has been selling for over 11years. It is a must have for all.

This is a 4 and 1/2 hour three dvd set. It will show you the do’s and don’ts of plows and plowing in a simple, down-to-earth style. You will learn: *What to look for when purchasing a used plow. *How to assemble a walking plow piece-by-piece. *When to replace the plow beam, frog, landside, shin, moldboard, point, jointer, and depth wheel.

*How to plow with two and three horses. *How to adjust and use a walking plow and sulky plow to gain proper width and depth of cut in various soil conditions.

*How to adjust horizontal hitch, vertical hitch and line of draft, and how these affect the plow and cut. *How to open a land *How to make the crown, dead furrow and headlands.

$34.95

Why Choose Us

Jim and Linda Brown, the owners and operators ofFarmer Brown’s Plow Shop, got married in 1969.Their business is rooted in five
generations ofexperience.

Linda’s father, Fred, who has beenworking in horse logging since the 1940s.He gave Jimand Linda a horse to use on their new farm in 1975.”When Jim got his first horse, that’s when heenvisioned a dream,” said Linda.

“I thought he was outof his mind, and so did everybody else. Little did Iknow that it would grow to be the business that it istoday.”

Jim and Linda Brown, the owners and operators ofFarmer Brown’s Plow Shop, got married in 1969.Their business is rooted in five
generations ofexperience.

Linda’s father, Fred, who has beenworking in horse logging since the 1940s.He gave Jimand Linda a horse to use on their new farm in 1975.”When Jim got his first horse, that’s when heenvisioned a dream,” said Linda.

“I thought he was outof his mind, and so did everybody else. Little did Iknow that it would grow to be the business that it istoday.”

A Happy Customer

2010-03-14

Mrs. Brown- Very nice to see you here. May I take this chance to pass along my sincere thanks to you and Jim for
establishing the finest business I’ve encountered. And your videos are the best- PERIOD!!! I just wish Jim would do a
video on how he trains his horses. I spent a lot of money on a 4 video set from another person and got more out of Jims
plowing video and it wasn’t even about training a team!

 Bret4207