Thanks Henry. I have an old one that is starting to fall apart. Maybe if I didn't use it to plow up my Ozark rocks it would last longer. I had a fella in Warsaw weld it back together but who knows when it will break again.
Thanks Jason. I'm going down tomorrow to put some more corn in my feeder and check my game camera. I should have a few pics of some bald headed bucks hopefully. Maybe I'll trip over a shed on the way through the woods. I'll check out Mr. Edzards stuff. I paid $20 for mine @ 6 yrs ago.
Thanks Jason for the info on the implement guy down at Stover. Turns out he is on N hiway about 1 mile to the north off of 52 hiway. That guy has 70 acres of old implements and a few old pickups scattered around. I saw an old International Scout that looked promising for a rebuilder. You were right Jason about him not coming down on the price. He took me down into the 70 acres and found me one that cost me $30. He has more if anyone else might need one. Pics to follow.
I forgot to post this picture of the harrow with the tines in the up position. This way you can tow it like a sled anywhere you want on your place. Also makes it slide into the bed of a truck easy. I don't know why they still don't sell them just for towing behind riding mowers and ATV's. It will dig down to 5 or 6 inches if your machine has the horse power.
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