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.
Disked a food plot of about an acre in size. The ground had never been worked before, it was also littered with large rocks and weeds and grass 1 to 2 feet high.
The disc did a great job, even running over large rocks didn't phase it.
I would not hesitate to recomend this disc to anyone. I used a polaris 500 but smaller machines would be ok if the depth of cut was reduced.
April 24, 2012
8 blade disc
To start with it's a well design product.I have 500 honda.The disc is well balanced,so one person can move it around and hook to four wheeler with ease.With the pin in the secound hole,it level's the ground as you disc.In the third hole it brakes new ground better but leaves hills.
August 28, 2010
I am more than satisfied with the disc. I purchased it in March and it only took about 8 days from the time I ordered it, until it was delivered. You can not ask for a better disc to disc up a food plot with. I made three plots about an acre each and did not have not problems at all. This land had never been worked before. You will not go wrong with this disc. I have a 2000 Yamaha Big Bear 400 and it pulls it with ease. No need to add any weight for to the disc. It is heavy enough.
June 22, 2010
The Disc is a great buy and worked very well on my food plots. One time was enough to cut up the compacted soil. The only two drawbacks to this disc is transporting it from Point A to Point B since it had to go over 20 miles to food plot and can't be pulled behind a truck and the tires did not rotate up enough to cut over ruts without the tires hitting. Had to go over them a few times in different directions to get them disced up. On level ground it works great. Pulled just fine with a Honda Forman 4x4 400. No weigt needs to be added for cutting. I also liked the variable cutting angles and am pleased that this disc does not just throw the dirt in one direction creating a rut like the flip discs I have used in the past. Make sure you buy extra cotter pins just in case you lose one.
May 24, 2010
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!
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