Northern Industrial Mini Harrow Rake - 4ft.W x 7 1/2ft.L
We bought this to work our food plots at our camp in MS. It is perfect for the job. Quality construction. Very impressed.
June 18, 2014
Unit arrived all tangled Gave up after an hour Paint was chipped off in several areas . must have been a return , Will try again tomorrow What a mess
June 16, 2014
I haven't used it enough to call it excellent, but rarely use the word. It worked good in the opposite direction mode, teeth down but pulling in the way that the teeth would lay down more. If pulled the way the teeth would stand up more and could possible dig 3-4" deep. Good purchase for the price.
June 12, 2014
Good product for small tractor and small farm
I bought this to drag my pasture on my small hobby farm. it is good for breaking up manure piles and aerating the soil. I have put a couple of old tires on top of it to get deeper penetration on the harder packed soil.
June 11, 2014
needed something to level out washboard on my driveway and this harrow drag works great. One issue is my ATV doesn't turn sharply enough to make a uturn in the amount of space that I have so I just unpin the drag, turn the ATV around and pin from the other end (I drag w/o the spikes so direction of drag makes no difference) and go back the other direction. Easy to use.
May 27, 2014
Driveway maintenance made easier
Bulky, heavy and well-designed - turns out you want all three in a harrow. Shipped it clear across the country to see if it could help me regain control of my driveway. It dragged easily behind my lawn tractor, has a sharp turning radius and had the driveway looking good in about an hour. It is a two person job to move it if you don't want it to get tangled up but it works well for this kind of job. Even if it didn't, I don't think I could afford to ship it all the way back to the other corner of the country.
May 8, 2014
Works great. Not super heavy duty but I did not expect it to be agricultural quality. I use it on a half mile of gravel and will probably never wear it out.i add railroad ties on top for weight when I want to get really aggressive and pull my old drg behind it for a different finish when needed.
April 14, 2014
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