CH200 Chain Harrow
View the details of the Logic CH100 Chain Harrow on the Logiv ATV website
What does this do?
Harrows are also useful if you're seeding a paddock: harrow thoroughly; sow the seed: roll the surface with a Ballast Roller to firm the seed into the soil.
Harrowing is also sometimes used to disperse droppings over a wide area, thus preventing the grass beneath becoming sour and unpalatable, but it is definitely not a substitute for removal of the droppings, because of the implications for pest and parasite control.
Harrows have a strong 'tilling' action and can be used on menages to quickly dress the top surface. Although they don't do such a brilliant levelling and grading job as our PG250/T, it will be better than dragging an old pallet over the surface
Why do I need one?
In your menage, the harrow can be used to quickly dress the surface.
Where do I use it ?
How does it work?
By the way, don't try and reverse with a chain harrow attached (it will just lie there and you'll go over it - Oh dear, the tyres!) You can reverse the Trailed Chain Harrow series (they have a special frame with wheels and the harrow web can be raised and lowered for reversing).
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