Ad blocker detected: Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website.
Discuss your favorite brand and how to fix it.
- Posts: 162
- Joined: Thu Nov 21, 2013 6:11 pm
- Has thanked: 1 time
- Been thanked: 3 times
Hi. I have a little farm and even less equipment and I don't want too much . I have a chisel plough I use to work up some ground and then I broadcast a bit of seed to grow grazing crops. I don't have a harrow or roller.
I have a gravel track and was thinking of getting a box blade to touch up the track. Could I use a box blade to smudge a rough paddock level after cultivation and also use it to lightly harrow or cover seed?
I am trying to use one machine for several jobs to keep my cost down..
- Posts: 7864
- Joined: Thu Apr 19, 2007 7:59 pm
- Location: South Texas Gulf Coast
- Has thanked: 122 times
- Been thanked: 115 times
As cattle panel works great as a harrow to cover the seed. I think your box blade will grab too much dirt.
Brimmer Pimpin Ain't Easy
"Don't let schooling interfere with your education" - Mark Twain
- Posts: 4498
- Joined: Tue Dec 01, 2015 7:51 pm
- Location: Middle Georgia
- Has thanked: 288 times
- Been thanked: 306 times
Box blade would work to smooth the paddock. Then you could spread the seed. Then I’d probably use a panel like Brute suggested to do the job of covering the seed.
Until we remember that the left wing and the right wing belong to the same bird and we come together as a nation then this country is in for more turmoil - Jogeephus
- Posts: 19651
- Joined: Wed Sep 09, 2009 12:11 am
- Location: Free Rent ,VA
- Has thanked: 76 times
- Been thanked: 37 times
Yes a box blade smoothes things nicely that's what I use when grading yards and backfilling.
Oh Great Spirit, who made all races,look kindly upon the whole human family and take away the arrogance and hatred which separates us from our brothers.