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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-08-2018, 08:54 PM Thread Starter
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Ranchworx Aerator

Has anyone had any experience using a ranchworx aerator? We have a couple of pivots of grass pasture that we do a rotational grazing program on, and I'm wondering if it would help it get going in the spring and if it would help with the grass and soil health. We currently run over all of our pasture ground and alfalfa fields with a roller harrow with drag harrows behind to open up the ground a little and to scratch the surface. I just saw one of these aerators in a couple of youtube videos and it caught my attention and I thought that maybe it would be a good addition to our operation.

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Our conservation district has one. They use it to reclaim pasture, I think it's got two great plains seed boxes on it. They take a bit of a tractor to pull the larger model we have. I've only seen it however, never actually run one.

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I really think you would get your best use out of one in the fall.
It's kinda surprising that as much power as they take they don't seem like they do much but what I have seen my father in law do with one they really help for seeding into crp

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