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Originally posted by Hydro-Manic
Whats a harrow do.Jody <---not a farmer. is it grading?
Harrow used for several things on farm: 1. to further order/till/level rough tilled soil; often pulled in random behind a disc 2.Break up clumps of material such as manure, clods of soil, etc 3.Scratch soil in pastures/yards to allow seed/soil contact

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we have a 4 or 5 section spike tooth up at deer camp in the barn i may bring a section home. dont use it anymore. we use to pull it in the rye fields with a 69 ford pickup stick shift/390ci engine. ran that poor truck for hours with the drag behind it. then sat on the tail gate and broadcasted rye seed. worked pretty good. up in northern MI you dont want to go to deep. there is not much top soil to work with. here is one i had a few years ago





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