Northern Industrial Mini Harrow Rake - 4ft.W x 7 1/2ft.L
Drag harrow for deer food plots
I love this drag harrow
Smooth your ground out after disking
Plant your seed on the smooth bed
Drag again to cover your seed
Seed will come up great
My food plots produce twice as much now that I have a smooth seed bed
Use it for peas, soybeans, brassicas, grain and clover
I killed my biggest buck on one of these plots
Pull it behind your atv or tractor
Deer love ii
February 6, 2014
Bought one to groom gravel driveways, one in Florida and one in Georgia. After dragging it on the gravel driveway in Florida and taking the unit to the property in Georgia, I just purchase a second unit because they worked so well for what I needed them for. I used the unit to groom the driveways removing dips, ruts and puddles. I went crazy with it on our Georgia property dragging it on atv trails and through the woods on our property also removing smaller potholes and smoothing out our property. It would be a pain to bring bring back and forth because of its size and weight, so we just purchased another for the Florida property. Will use the aggressive side for in the spring for leveling and planting grass seed on our properties. Grooms atv trails through the woods very well and does not get hung up on roots or small under growth, removing berms and leaving a nice smooth finish. There was some discussion about the rod that comes with it and its to attach the drag to the tow bar. Perfect for my use. Used small Jon Deere lawn tractor, car, and atv's. Never came close to snagging the unit with tires but tractor and atv's both have a hitch that extends out a bit and I used an large s hook to connect unit to hole in hitch.
December 10, 2013
This harrow has exceeded my expectations for working the food plots that I own and the ones that I am hired to manage. After tilling the plots, I like to run over the plots with my 4 wheeler to level out the lines that can be left from tilling. After seeding, I flip the harrow upside down and run over the seeds to lightly cover them with soil. Prior to seeding, the teeth work great on helping to remove any quack grass or sticks that are also present. Prior to this harrow, I have used box springs, chain link fences with weights and the results were unacceptable. The harrow is the way to go.
September 17, 2013
4' x 7' harrow
Impressive....I'm a hardcore bowhunter and impresed with how rugged its built as I use for food plots. Won't clog and raise harrow off ground. Pretty much cleans itself out.
Will last for years. Homerun on this one northern tool.
May 26, 2013
Works Just Fine
I bought this drag harrow last spring because I got tired of rigging up pieces of fence and boards to make my own. This product work really well for me on my land and It should last me for a long time.
April 25, 2013
I bought the Harrow Rake to level and to smooth out some areas on my pasture and riding arena. The rake design is flexible for many situations encounter on an acreage. It is well balanced and works great at full depth for breaking up high spots, or switch the bar to the opposite end and smooth over the area. It is has a much heavier gauge construction than the harrow sold by another farm supply store chain. Rolls up easily to store out of the way.
April 23, 2013
The harrow is of good quality and great weight for making food plots for deer. It can easily be pulled by a Polaris Ranger EV and smooths out rough areas as it covers the seed.
May 8, 2012
I bought the Harrow Rake to level and to smooth out some areas on my land. The rake works great with the side with the teeth. Then I would flip the rake over and than smooth over the area. It is great when spreading seed.
May 7, 2012
Worth the change
I had been using inexpensive mini harrow rakes made with fencing, but they wore out after 1-2 years of use. This rake is very sturdy and does a great job of clearing my pastures when paired with a lawn tractor. Assembly was simple, taking only a few minutes.
January 9, 2012
great used with zero turn mower
i used the harrow behind a big zero turn mower to drag and prepare about 1/2 acre as the final step to grassing the area. i used the drag in its most agressive positon, it smoothed in low spots and got the ground in good shape for seed. after applying fertlize and seed i flipped the harrow over to its least agressive position, and the results were great, smooth ground and the grass came up evenly. very pleased with the harrow.
June 19, 2011