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Tiller / Plow and Disk
|Richard S||I have a ford NAA 1953
I am going to expand our planting this year.
Been set on buying a 5 foot 3 point tiller from Tractor Supply is the speed too fast for my old tractor or can I get away with it.
Would a 2 bottom plow and a 5 foot disk harrow be a better fit?
With the tiller one attachment and Iím done. Any input.
|Bob G||The general opinion is that it will be too fast for the tiller. If you had an Howard gear box, which is made to use with a tiller you would be good.
I have heard of people using them but it would depend a lot on your soil and conditions.
I would recommend the 2 bottom plow and disk and harrow. I think you would be much happier with the results!
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|Richard S||Thanks for the info
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