Dailey's Farm & Walk-Behind Tractors
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Single Rotary Plow ( See below for video and pricing )
This unique attachment is world-renowned for its superior performance, versatility, and easy handling. Manufactured by the Berta Franco Company in Italy, the rotary plow accomplishes a multitude of tasks efficiently and effectively. Four spiral blades spin up to 300 RPMs on a vertical shaft, digging effortlessly into all types of soil- including hardened, rock filled dirt that has yet to be broken. Debris is discharged to the right side, allowing the operator to build raised beds with multiple passes. The rotary plow engages the ground up to 12" deep, and can be regulated by a depth of wheel that also provides easy transportation. When building a raised bed on top of already plowed ground (via the rotary plow), you can achieve worked soil depths of 16" - 18". Nearly 3 times the depth a tiller can go!
Swivel Rotary plow:
The Swivel Rotary Plow works similarly to the Rotary Plow, but instead of one plowshare throwing soil to the right, the Swivel Plow has a second plowshare that can be set for left soil discharge. At the end of each pass, a lever on the rear of the attachment allows for easy changing between the two plowshares.
Each plowshare has four spiral blades that spin up to 300 RPMs on a vertical shaft, digging effortlessly into all types of soil—including hardened, rock-filled dirt that has yet to be broken. Debris is discharged to the left OR right side (not simultaneously), allowing the operator to build raised beds with multiple passes.
Like the Rotary Plow, the Swivel Rotary Plow can break new ground, power compost cover crops, build raised beds, create drainage ditches, and more. The Swivel Plow is designed for use on slopes, tight spaces, and extensive operations.
This attachment is heavy at 150 pounds, which is why we recommend mounting a Bumper Weight Kit to the front of the tractor to help offset and balance the rear weight of the implement. This makes it easier to turn at the end of the row and lift the plowshares off the ground when swiveling.