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Old 02-23-2013, 03:20 PM
agrostis agrostis is offline
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A aera-vator is a great machine. It's the best thing there is for making a new seedbed, but it only work's the top 5-6 inch's. I would box blade first, then till and then use the aera-vator. The 3 point hitch model's are offset so they go over the tire track's on one side, or if the tractor is narrow enough, you can get the biggest aera-vator that cover's the track's on both side's. That machine make's a seed ready bed, a little final hand raking with a steel spring rake to cover the seed and that's it. Don't forget that those thing's move at like 2 MPH.
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