Who Invented the Iron Plow?


The first snow plow was made of wood and drawn by horses. The earliest instance of documentation of who invented the plow were brothers Hans and Even Overaasen from Norway.
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The earliest plows were used in Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley as early as the 6000 BC.
The plow was invented by John Deere. This is the creator of the well known tractor and farm company, John Deere. He was an Illinois blacksmith and manufacturer.
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