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New Field Harrow Works On Min And Max Till Operations

New Field Harrow Works On Min And Max Till Operations

Kelly Diamond Harrow makes minimal soil structure disturbance for good seedbed.

Designed for high speed, aggressive, shallow tillage the Kelly Diamond Harrow fits the spectrum of light tillage needs for no-till to the max-till farmer.

A unique link chain of aggressive, small diameter discs allow the harrow to work the top few inches of soil for the perfect seedbed in a large variety of conditions. Soil structure disturbance is minimized but smoothing ruts, leveling fields, uprooting weeds and seedbed preparation is maximized.

For more information, visit www.kernsales.com.  

Kelly Diamond Harrow is designed for good seedbeds in both minimum and maximum tillage operations.

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