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Pull Behind Tillers

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Trying to get some feedback on the ATV pull behind tillers. I have a bike and pull behind cutter, but want to become completely self sufficient this fall when it comes to managing my food plots. I'm in a nice 1,000 acre piney woods club in St. Helena (red dirt) with a decent deer population. I have (2) personal plots that I've maintained for the past 13 years with the use of other members tractors, so they've been turned. They are not huge plots and was wondering if those pull behind roto-tillers work well. I'm not sure if I want to invest the $1,200 or so without doing a little homework. Thanks for any opinions or experience you might have had using them.

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   pookie
ive been using the groundhog max for the last couple of years behind my honda rancher, it works good for smaller plots
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Aw man, kick the till/disc habit. You already have a pull behind cutter. Before dropping that $1.200.00 try throw and mow this year. Spray your plot in early September to kill existing vegetation. Two weeks later, throw your seed and fertilizer into the standing dead vegetation, then mow it to drop the dead stuff over the seed. I'll bet you get a plot as good as you ever had and will never till again.
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