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Cultipackers are designed to help break up clods after plowing and disc harrowing, or preparing food plots for quick growth by pressing the seeds into the ground and creating small hills and valleys in the worked, packed area. The hills and valleys will keep the moisture in the ground longer, and the weight of the cultipacker packs the dirt down so washing out is not a problem.
Hi, I'm Ted from Everything Attachments and we're here to show you the Cultipacker. This comes in 5, 6, 7, and 8 foot. It comes with a smooth or one that looks similar to this in the center and then has sprockets on the side of it to really break up clods and so forth. It comes with stands because when you're trying to hook this up, basically it's on a wheeled axle and it's going to try to fall over. So if you're having to hook it up by yourself, these stands are going to make it really convenient to hook up. We're going to raise these all the way to the top pin here before we use it. This is a garden that we've just tilled and everything.
This is not normally where you would use a Cultipacker. Right after you plowed a field and you just wanted to bust the clods up for winter you'd want to go over it with a Cultipacker, break up the clods. If you were using a food plot in a dusted area but didn't want it to wash and wanted your crop to come up quicker for your food plot then a Cultipacker is going to smooth it out, break up the clods, and leave grooved areas which will hold moisture and let your crop come up earlier and quicker and keep your ground stabilized so it doesn't wash in your areas for your food plots.
So we got our stands raised up. We're simply going to go over this red clay and give you an idea of what the grounds going to look like after you go over it with a Cultipacker. This has two and a half inch axle in it, huge, big pillar barrings. This is about a thousand pound implement, so you got a lot of weight to do the work for you.
So this is leveling everything out, kind of packing it to some degree, especially down in the bottoms of these channels, leaving you an area where it's not going to wash as bad and leaving you a moisture spot for your, to hold-, hold moisture for your crop to start growing. Grass, anything like that it's going to really keep your ground stable, make it come up a lot faster. They also make a straw incorporator that goes behind that, so you would put your straw out first and then it has round disks that push the straw down into the ground to keep you from having to spray tar, something like that on it for washing.
We've got a 5 foot Cult packer on a 6 foot tracker because all we had was a 5 and a 7 in stock today and we didn't want to use a 7 because that really gets heavy on this small of a compact tracker.
So if we had a 6 foot Cultipacker, we wouldn't be leaving this tire print here, which really shouldn't be here.
So we're going to go back over the area that we used with the ripper, just push everything back into place. It wasn't really broken up and loose, but it's going to put everything back solid where it won't wash.Video 2Hi, I'm Ted, from Everything Attachments. We're here today with our own brand of cultipacker. We've done a video before but it was with the Leinbach. It was very similar. It used to have Chinese-made wheels on them. I went to the trouble to have a little heavier wheel made in India instead of China, just to keep as much of the stuff from being built in China as I can. And I wanted to be able to have a little more control and add a little more weight to it.