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 TJ Nice ATV Disc Plow
This is the first ATV disc plow I have owned, and it is working very well. I cut a new 1/4 acre plot in an old CRP field. The ground was really hard and the weeds were 4 feet high, but it cut it down quick. I was dissappointed when I bought this new plow. The Olathe, KS store had all the plows outside, and they were all rusted and chipped. But, rust/chips and all, the plow did a great job. Highly recommend this to all my friends.
August 19, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by DeerHunter101 Excellent Product
I bought this disc over 2 years ago before adding the culti-packer attachment (see review).
This disc is the best investment I have ever made for my food plot. I hunt on 90 acres of entirely wooded, ridged property.
TERRAIN TOUGH doesn't begin to describe the all out toughness of this unit. I used this disc to plant food plots in the center of the property, along roadways and on hill sides.
This disc was used and abused and stood up the challenge. I cannot count how many stumps and large rocks that I hit and it just kept on going. Since clearing these areas I see 10x more deer and turkeys.
It is quality constructed out of 2" tubular steel and the angle and depth of the cut can be changed in an instance. There is no need to flip it over or add extra weight. The notched blades really dig and chew up the ground.
It has worked so well that I have actually started a little side business of creating food plots for farmers and hunters.
December 28, 2006
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!