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Yes ! Lol does the job! I bet your probably pulling that thing with your Mule too! I’ve heard those things are so tough they will climb a tree!!! ;) Nice work
Haha. Should be killer plot next to that aspen grove. If not a mule probably a yak. Poop makes great fertilizer.
And your not even from the far south!
Is the pic just sideways, or did you tip over? ;-)
Looks like a nice supply of drags growing in the background, too!
We have a 10' chunk of locust tree and some old high tensile wire we use as a drag.....cheap and does work better than expected
I made one this year out of reclaimed wood. I used lag bolts to break up the surface. I added the rake on the back to make clean rows. So far it works GREAT!!
lol, exactly T-roy. Never far from the raw materials needed.
Well, that's interesting.
I’ve posted this before but took a piece of angle iron, drilled holes thru it, welded some 4” Grade 8 bolts, attached the angle iron to the slots where the shoes can be mounted.
Added weight to the front of the plow - works great for scratching up the yard or leveling some gravel.
Only a couple passes. Just wanted to get seed under thatch
I think we officially have a redneck food plot!
It helps to have an old Chevy pickup around when you need a food plot implement.
Boy, you guys would be right at home down here in Alabama. I just use old wooden shipping pallets with something strapped on top for weight.
Five tires chained together makes a really good drag. Two in front, three behind, and the tires are free. Weeunsis down heah in de Souf knows how to do thangs.
That’s pretty steep for Manitoba
Just about everything I have is homemade..... some looks professional...... some doesn’t