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New Ditcher Makes Moving Water Easier

New Ditcher Makes Moving Water Easier

Land Pride's new ditcher series is tough tool to cut irrigation and drainage ditches.

Great Plains Mfg.'s Land Pride division has introduced the new DT35 Series ditcher aimed at lower-horsepower tractors used for cutting irrigation and drainage ditches.

The DT35 features and adjustable depth shoe, a 1-inch ripper shank, 2-inch main shafts and #80 drive chain. With an adjustable cutting diameter of 16- to 18 inches, the cutting edges of the cutter are reversible and replaceable and made from AR400 stock.

The impeller leaves a clean and sculptured trough for free water flow and quickly cuts a 9-inch trough for irrigating or drainage work.

The DT35 is designed for use with tractors from 30- to 60 horsepower.

For more information on the ditcher, visit www.landpride.com.

Land Pride's DT35 Series ditcher cuts channels up to 9 inches deep with a 30- to 60-horsepower tractor.

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