I can relate to that. I will warn that if your rocks are of the cobble type, about the size of a softball, a coil packer does very well at picking these up...too wellOne to pull up rocks the other to level skid loader tracks.
We always use a screwdriver or rod to dig the mud out, also if you have rocks they can get stuck in the bars.Thanks for the info. Will a coil packer plug with mud? I've been told if the crumbler plugs just drive fast with it down and mud flies. Not sure if it actually works.
I'm not gonna tell you it won't, but, the only time mine has plugged bad was last spring. 30 minutes left on the last field of the spring, and it started raining, the field had a lot of residual russian thistles from the fall before, and I told the hired man to just finish, it filled the inside of the coils with russian thistle adobe, it was pretty miserable cleaning that out. Generally speaking, I think the coils will still work when other packers are plugged. On the other extreme, if you have very dry blow type sand, and not much residue, the coil is not the best option there.Will a coil packer plug with mud?