Bobcat Introduces Two Soil-Preparation Implements For Tractors and Toolcat 5610

Bobcat Company has introduced a new soil conditioner and disc harrow Category 1 three-point hitch implements for owners of compact tractors or the Toolcat 5610 utility work machine.

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According to Bobcat, the two three-point soil conditioners are available in working widths of 60 and 72 inches. The soil conditioner is a useful tool for producing a perfect bed for seed or sod, windrowing and separating rocks or other ground debris, grading and leveling topsoil, removing old sod, or pulverizing clumps of dirt.

The drum of the soil conditioner is powered by the rear PTO on the compact tractor or Toolcat 5610. Drum rotation is set for proper operation of the soil conditioner when the machine is traveling in the forward direction. Carbide-tipped teeth cultivate the ground to produce a smooth finish. Various cutting depths are available by adjusting the rear bolster wheels.

New Bobcat three-point disc harrows can easily break up the soil surface to prepare it for new seedbeds and plantings. Four sets, or “gangs,” of five 18-inch discs cultivate the soil and chop unwanted debris, such as weeds or old crops. These gangs are adjustable to provide different cutting depths and aggressions. The discs on the two front gangs are notched to assist in better ground penetration.

Source: Bobcat


2 thoughts on “Bobcat Introduces Two Soil-Preparation Implements For Tractors and Toolcat 5610

  1. The Bobcat skid steer loader is the original skid steer loader and many think that it is still one of the best. The Bobcat skid steer loader was the first one to be built from the original design in the late fifties.

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