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|scottnc||Does anyone have plans or measurements for fabricating a garden bedder for a 3pt hitch? I only need a two shank/disk version for single hilling. If I can build a one the bedding shanks go for $30 each. Buying one complete will set me back $175.
FWIF, a bedder has at least two disks that when lowered into the soil and pulled behind your tractor mounds the dirt into hills for planting.
|hay||i use my 3 pt. disk harrow to hill. i set the front gang of blades all the way out and the rear gang of blades all the way in. makes very nice hilling.