The Tarter® Terrain Tough™ ATV 8-Blade Disc Harrow is a great implement to start with on new ground. This heavy duty disc harrow cuts and breaks even the most compacted soil. Disc angles are adjustable from 0° to 20° and the depth control is just as easily adjustable. The eight 16" scalloped blades provide a 42" to 44" cutting width, depending on the angle you set. Disc features 13" 4-ply tubeless tires and a tubular steel frame. Wheel assembly facilitates towing along paths or roadways and rotates out of the way when tilling. Utilizes a 1-7/8'' hitch ball mount.
Rated 5 out of 5 by lariverdog Disc review
I was skeptical about if this product would work. Our food plots had not been worked in 4 years so they were a bit overgrown. We opted to spray using the sprayer with boom attachment. That worked very well. Came back two weeks later and began to use the disc. It has worked better than we thought possible. Our worry about the lack of weight was unfounded. Yes, you do have to cut several times. But it gets the job done.
September 24, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by garbo great tool
DELIVERED IN LESS THAN TWO WEEKS DISC UP FOOD PLOT 1 ACRE SIZE DID A GREAT JOB USED A HONDA FORMAN TO PULL WITH LIKED THE ADJUSTEMENT ON DISC ALSO ORDERED ATV CHAIN HARROW HAVE NOT USED YET,LOOKED AT CHEAPER MODELS THIS DISC IS WORTH THE EXTRA $
March 22, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by kdshar Great Product
Bought this for my husband because tractor was too big to do the food plots on our land. Grass and weeds were really thick and took several passes to clear but this product is tough. Kept food plots over the summer and have had great deer movement. Excellent product would highly reccommed.
November 26, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by rhd325 Great Results, quality gear
Purchased to establish food plots in 2007.
Excellent results pulling with 650 4 wheeler Artic Cat
Unplowed ground required several passes but
choped all weeds and final discing had discs as deep as they would go, no problem. Need turning space
but I had plenty. Great Quality and Performance.
November 6, 2007
I would say no. I have a 500 and add the deepest I can really tell I'm putting it to the test. I've never had any issues, but I wouldn't think a 250 would work too well for the disc/cultipacker combo. It would be okay with the disc only, but not with the cultipacker attachment. It's a heavy piece of equipment!