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 07-03-2006, 19:35 Post: 131661
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Any sugestions on what type (name) spike tooth drag to get?
Been putting this off for awhile and now I have a need for it beyond (just to make my life easier Laughing out loud) the old excuse.
I see there is one that is made in my state (Wisconsin), maybe I will check em out and make sure it is really MADE here and not just packaged (with made in hina in 1/16" stamped letters under a weld)






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 07-05-2006, 16:50 Post: 131733
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I got my drag harrow at TSC, it is not too big and is set up in two sections. Mine is 4 foot by 8 foot but can be used as a 4 X 4 if needed. It workes equally as well behind the CUT as it does behind the 4 wheeler. You can use it with spikes down and facing forward for deeper digging or spike facing rearward for less digging, or just flip it over and leave the spiles up for draging a seedbed after planting.

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 07-05-2006, 16:58 Post: 131735
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Here is a link to it... hope this helps






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 07-05-2006, 20:49 Post: 131742
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I have one like that sitting here in AL. I have not used it in a few years since I seeded the lawn. The thing you need to watch is that it is hardened steel. Maybe I should sell you mine?






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 07-05-2006, 22:32 Post: 131747
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A big thing to watch for before buying, is diameter. If it's less than 5/8" hardened chisel-point steel, keep looking.

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 07-06-2006, 07:28 Post: 131752
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brokenarrow,

What are your plans on this? Will you be using it often and for what? Will you be using it with your 3 pth?

If you really want the old style spike tooth drag you may can find one or two from an older farmer. In my part of the world they are not used on the farm any longer and often are in the way.






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 07-06-2006, 08:15 Post: 131758
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Depending on what you want it for, you might have more use out of a pulverizer than a drag harrow.

They are really simple to make yourself and can be used for a bunch of stuff other than finishing off a seedbed.

Have a look at YooperPete's picture # 8 for the one he made. Basically all you need is a few feet of heavy I-beam, and some 5/8" square stock or 1/2" flat bar.

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 07-15-2006, 20:30 Post: 132232
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I would be using it for my food plots for deer/turkey. I do not have a planter for larger seeds. Smaller seeds I have no problem with broadcasting and cultipacking to get the seed to soil contact I need. Infact I have excellent success 100 % of the time that way. Its the bean seeds or corn that I have problems trying to regulate the depth after broad casting. The disk is real hard to judge how deep you burring them and also it moves with the tractor (IE up down etc). A spike tooth drag is the ultimate for this seeing that you can adjust the aggressiveness hence the depth you need while at the same time leveling the plot off real nice.
It may also come in handy at the new homesight when I get to the point of finish clearing the soil of debris and then in the seeding process of course.
At one time I used a boxspring mattress that I burned the mattress out of leaving just the box springs. That works great but as you build up the debris it tends to get alot of soil build up. Also it does not do the job like a spike tooth would.
Yes I would be using this thing every year bought 2-3 times a year on about 2.5 acres. I planted 3 fields this spring in soybeans. Only ONE of them really came up nice. The other two I had problems trying to get the seed to the right depth. I tried to use my landscape rake, Big mistake Laughing out loud. They are round up ready soys, so, I just sprayed the plots last week also killing off the clover field I have had. The wind was perfect so I did not get any on my 28 pumkin plants which are doing well!
I will be planting winter wheat in any of the plots that did not meet my expectations.
Phew! Thats the story on why I need one and how often I will use it.

Peters

I will pay shipping, If you want to sell her (I wouldnt though, you have it and may someday need it again) but if you still want to sell her let me know what you want?






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 07-15-2006, 20:47 Post: 132234
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Mine is 5/8 inch and quite heavy. You would be killed in shipping. For some reason I was thinking you were earthwks as he is in MS. I am heading down there this week so could have dropped it off. If I build a pond I will need it again.






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 07-17-2006, 13:04 Post: 132281
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brokearrow,

If that is what you want check around with older farmers.

Over the years I have done some broadcasting and disking in seeds. No corn but have grain and soybeans with good success. If you are having a problem with the disk cutting too deep, try decreasing the angle of the blades. That should move less dirt giving you less coverage.






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