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Rotary harrow

Rotary Harrow

A rotary harrow is a machine that is used in farms or fields. It performs a variety of functions like seedbed preparation, ridge leveling, lump leveling and residue management. Some of these rotary harrows may be even more advanced and so they may offer more functionalities than the ones mentioned above. For getting the best results, it is good to choose a rotary harrow from companies like Philips that offer superior staggered tooling design. By having this kind of design, you will be able to ensure that a high percentage of soil is disturbed. This way, a fertile seedbed would be created which can retain maximum moisture.

When you are purchasing a rotary harrow make sure you get one which is self-cleaning. This way it would not cause you frustration when it plugs up due to wet or heavy residue. An ideal rotary harrow should have a functional frame in the sense that conversion from working position to idle or transport position should be a smooth and seamless one. These way progressive farmers would not have to leave their tractor seats for the purpose of switching over the machinery for transporting.

Rotary harrow

Rotary harrow

History and manufacturers

It is said that the experts from the Shaker village at Canterbury, New Hampshire invented the rotary harrow. The truth of this statement is yet to be verified. There are so many different companies out there offering rotary harrows but it is advisable to take a good look at their features, pros and cons before zeroing in on a particular model. Some of the noteworthy companies from the United Kingdom offering rotary harrows are Kuhn, Maschio, Lely, Amazone, etc. In case of companies from France, Euroc, Carre, Agram, Quivogne, Sicma, Rabe, etc are good options to consider.

The product that you should be highly value for money, if you do not have a huge budget to blow on a rotary harrow then a used or second hand one is a viable option that you can use.