ATV Implements

11/26/15 @ 8:21 AM
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WelderGuy
WelderGuy
USER since 12/19/10
Looking to get some info on planting food plots using an ATV. What does everybody use as far as implements? Also any tips or tricks. Thanks!
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12/2/15 @ 8:55 PM
1cast-away
1cast-away
USER since 2/2/09
We have a homemade disc that we use. Going to try and rig up something to attach to the receiver on the truck with a chisel blade on it for the first plow run of the year and for the tough spots. Also have a regular rototiller we use around the edges to keep the grass and berry brush from creeping in. Also are this "cultipacker" this past summer. Works great, could be a tad heavier though...should of used less foam and a little more concrete inside it.

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11/28/15 @ 3:49 PM
WelderGuy
WelderGuy
USER since 12/19/10
The ground hog max looks like it works pretty good! Looks small at first but when you see it in action it's pretty convincing. Thanks!

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11/27/15 @ 4:51 PM
Pike River Outfitters
Pike River Outfitters
MEMBER since 5/3/08
I have a groundhog max and without a doubt it's the real deal. Look them up on YouTube .

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11/26/15 @ 3:38 PM
tiddies1981
tiddies1981
USER since 1/22/15
I use a brinly lawn tractor disc that I modified pretty heavily. Which is also now equipped with chisel plow tips. Works well and i only have 200$ or so invested in it. . The 1st time you bust the soil is the toughest. After that tends to get easier and easier. I'd look at the groundhog Maxx atv disc. I have no experience with it. But it does look interesting. Maybe someone here will have feedback on it.

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