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PostPosted: Tue Nov 27, 2012 2:09 pm    Post subject: Starting a Food Plot Reply to specific post Reply with quote

OK, I want to break ground on a grassy field. I have a 1941 Ford 9N tractor with a brush hog, disk and 2 bottom plow.

In the past I have cut the grass, disked and plowed but never got the turned over soil I think is best for a good seed bed. I think I need to rototill BUT a 9N is not a good tractor for a rototiller attachment. It does not have live hyd. (when you push in the clutch the PTO stops) and it goes too fast to till well...

So, do you guys just keep running the disc over or do you run a rototiller first?

Obviously this is a 2013 project.

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