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Harrowing In The Winter

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#16 IamSherwood OFFLINE  


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Posted December 08, 2012 - 06:28 AM

Thanks Larry. That's a great idea. I'm gonna dig mine out to have handy for this winter. It seems that more and
more, we get these freeze/thaw/freeze type winters, and our parking lot looks like a skating rink. PLUS, it'll
be seat time!!!

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Posted December 09, 2012 - 08:56 AM

That is a good idea. I was dealing with the same thing, being in the same province, and never thought of it. I have heard of people grooming snowmobile and ski trails with a harrow though.

For those that thought it was cold here a couple of days ago, it's -27 C (-17 fahrenheit) right now with a daytime high of -20 C (-4 Fahrenheit). I was thinking of moving my Simplicity two wheeler from the shed to the unheated garage, but I think I'll just wash clothes instead.

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Posted December 09, 2012 - 07:14 PM

Good idea with the tooth harrow.

I was giving some thought to maybe using a Brinly Cultivator I have for something like that.

Only thing I would need would be chains for one of my tube frames so I could used the sleeve hitch on it, or for the HDT1000 with Ags that has a 3-pt with a sleeve hitch adapter on it