Bent Tooth Harrow
Featuring a 3/8" x 14" bent tooth design, the five-bar culti-harrow is designed to break up even the smallest dirt clumps. It levels and firms the soil profile while creating an ideal seedbed.
The 1-3/4-inch coils apply 130 pounds of pressure per foot to size clumps and firm the seedbed without compacting the soil. They also leave a herringbone pattern in the soil that helps prevent erosion.
Heavy Duty Drawbar
Our 8-by-8-inch drawbar tube is bigger and stronger than anything else available. It provides maximum strength for pulling the unit.
The unit’s 22-foot hitch is constructed of 4-inch-by-8-inch steel tubing and has a cable auto-folding design. The cables can be hydraulically released or locked from the tractor seat. A safety spring and manual valve are also included to prevent accidental release in the case of hydraulic pressure failure.
The heavy-duty box frame construction includes dual wheels on oscillating axles for use on uneven terrain.
Down Pressure Springs
Down pressure springs offer high performance on heavy soils and other difficult conditions.
Harrow Packer 7960 This heavy straight-tooth harrow comes with coil packers for increased moisture conservation.
8-Bar Superharrow 3568 Producing 60 percent more work compared to harrows with five bars, this is an aggressive tool ideal for managing residue, busting clods, demolishing root balls and preparing the seedbed for planting.
Superharrow 3580 Previously known as the Superharrow 2650, this harrow has 26-inch long teeth that are 1/2-inch in diameter. Its sections are 8 feet wide.
Superharrow 3960 This tool is the ultimate heavy harrow. It has 26-inch long teeth that are 9/16-inch in diameter. The sections are 6-foot wide for closely following ground contours.
Superweeder The Superweeder has 4 ranks of adjustable S-tines, followed by a 5-bar bent-tooth harrow to provide an ultra smooth field finish.
Coil Packer This tool uses coils to firm the soil and provide light tillage action. It leaves a herringbone pattern on the soil surface to reduce erosion concerns.