The person who invented the first steel plow was John Deere in 1837.
It made it hard to plow with the horse. It wasn't until the coming of the tractor that the great plains were plowed deeply and much to the harm of the soil.
John Deere invented the steel plow in 1837 when the Middle-West was being settled.
According to the About.com website (refer to the link, below), John Deer invented the steel plow in 1837.
The steel plow helps the great plains in many ways. The steel plow made farmer life easier with planting crops.
The steel plow could work difficult soils.
The steel plow could work difficult soils
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The Steel Plow
The steel plow helped break up the tough sod that laid on the surface of the ground, so farmers could get to the fertile soil underneath.
The Steel Plow helped the people a lot.
The plow easily cut through the hard-packed sod of the prairies and the settlers didn't have to worry about whether or not it was fertile soil.
The inventions of Deere's steel plow and McCormick's reaper encouraged the settlement of the western plains by making agriculture more efficient. It also helped in the sustenance of people who live in the western plains.