Hi. I'm Ted, from Everything Attachments. We're here today with the King Kutter brand of cultipacker. This would be their ATV unit, or small tractor unit; anything that you wanted to pull with, instead of being able to lift with a 3-point hitch. This would allow you to be able to go back in food plots that are in remote areas. You'd be able to carry it with your ATV, golf cart, or whatever you would like.
A cultipacker's really used for two things. If you're in a clay area where you get really hard clods and your ground is really dry, you may just go over this to break up the clods and leave you some loose ground. The other thing is if you're doing a food plot and you've disced it or you've tilled it, and your area is loose, then you want to be able to go over it with a cultipacker to pack the ground. What it does is it'll leave little ridges in the ground, and allow the moisture to draw in the bottom of those grooves so your crop comes up earlier. It'll stabilize your ground, where it doesn't wash in areas that you're probably not going to put straw over, or something like that, like you would a yard. It's used for a couple of different purposes.
It's easy to transport because you've got these wheels on the other side. To go from using it as a cultipacker to using it for transportation on the road, you simply grab that end of the tongue, swing it this way, picking it up under the tires, and then you turn your hitch around so it'll still work on the ball of whatever you're pulling it with. On this cultipacker, it does have sealed . . . they're not a sealed bearing completely, but they're sealed so the dirt can't get into the bearing, and they are greasable on the wheels and the bearings for the cultipacker. It makes a good heavy-
duty, long-lasting unit.
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