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Pricey. I have something similar for $300 less. Check agri supply. Needs weight put on top but worked great for me. I have other post with pictures and results if you care to look. 

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There are 45 pages in this category could you give me a link I went through three pages and gave up...

What Im looking to do is plow about a 1/4 acre food plot with my tractor and disc with the king cutter on the back of my ATV and also do three other plots that my tractor can’t acces because of wet and wooded conditions.

From videos that I have watched it looks like it can work well,,  I don’t mind spending the money as it will most likely last me as long as I will have a use for it, I have seen the single row disc but want a two row..

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I have a good friend and he uses that exact same disc on a 1 acre plot. He has no way of mowing the plot so he spends alot of time removing grass from between the disc and the dryer the soil the more weight you will need. Does it work? He loves it.

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Well I bought this one,, its a DR and is exactly the same as as the king cutter other than the color and price as far as I can tell..

Paid $499.00 and had shipped to a local shipping depot near my house for free., which saved $99.00

 

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1 hour ago, Bowshotmuzzleloader said:

Well I bought this one,, its a DR and is exactly the same as as the king cutter other than the color and price as far as I can tell..

Paid $499.00 and had shipped to a local shipping depot near my house for free., which saved $99.00

 

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How much was the king Kutter brand?

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15 hours ago, Bowshotmuzzleloader said:

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Never liked many tillage A.T.V. tools. More like toys then tillage equipment. This one, however looks good. Bet if this really cuts in, your A.T.V won't have enough traction in loose soil; even with 4wd..

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What ATV do you have?

 

MY honda 2017 honda rancher has too fast a 1st gear to use one of those.  I use a spring harrow.   Also, with the gear speed. Your automatic clutch needs to be fully engaged at the speed your doing.  Otherwise, your going to be slipping the clutch, beating it up, and roasting the oil and adding alot of clutch material in the oil.  I know a few folks who change their oil after using their discs for the season.

1/4 acre plot is not large.  You could always put some large bolts into a tractor trailer tire and drag for a soil bed.

What you plant may or may not require much soil work.   Wheat, Rye, Oats, and clovers can be done without a deep till.

 

A 4ft drag harrow is not a bad choice either.

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The first picture you can barely see the 80 pound bag of fertilizer. I stacked three of them on top and it made a world of difference. My atv had no issues at all.

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13 hours ago, sailinghudson25 said:

What ATV do you have?

 

MY honda 2017 honda rancher has too fast a 1st gear to use one of those.  I use a spring harrow.   Also, with the gear speed. Your automatic clutch needs to be fully engaged at the speed your doing.  Otherwise, your going to be slipping the clutch, beating it up, and roasting the oil and adding alot of clutch material in the oil.  I know a few folks who change their oil after using their discs for the season.

1/4 acre plot is not large.  You could always put some large bolts into a tractor trailer tire and drag for a soil bed.

What you plant may or may not require much soil work.   Wheat, Rye, Oats, and clovers can be done without a deep till.

 

A 4ft drag harrow is not a bad choice either.

This isn’t your typical Polaris model ot was only made two years and doesn’t have the typical centrifugal clutch set up that the normal Polaris does ,, it has a internal clutch with gears..

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Picked up the harrow today and just finished putting it together pretty impressed with the quaint and heavier than I thought weighed in at 287 ...

Can’t wait to use it, I made a drag from a old piece of fence and Im buying a 15 gallon sprayer for the atv.

 

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Used the harrow today and works well, definitely needs some weight added to it but will do exactly what I want it to do...

May get a chance to head back up to camp tomorrow with some weight if I do, will take some pics .

Where do you guys buy 13-13-13 fertilizer?? Is it to early or a seasonal thing ...

 

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its to early unless u find a place that has leftover.... im not sure and no expert but i think u should not fertilze until your almost ready to plant and after the plants are a few inches u can lime now if u can find it

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I added 4 - 60 pound tubes of sand to the harrow and it made a night and day difference,, my 4 wheeler worked but isn’t a issue pulling it...

Im not looking to fertilize now was just looking to purchase while I have some cash...

At thos point I am just playing around seeing how this will work for me and it will be just great, I’m going to do white clover mixed with “last bite” which has clover, brassica, winter wheat and something else I can’t remember,, also doing some pumkin patches on either side of property..

i will post some pics as I go in the future..

 

 

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