PageDisk Bedders rough-in beds to establish furrows and build-up soil. First loosen soil and cut-up residue with primary tillage, if needed. The advantage is less field work than one-pass bed shapers, which require soil to be fully worked to seedbed condition. “Primary beds” are typically “finished” with Bed Shapers equipped for light tillage beforebeds are flattened and firmed for planting. More advantages include maintaining...
Model 4321-D is a heavy-duty Category-2 bedder. Built with plenty of iron for bigger growers and bigger tractors. Four shaping disks move a lot of soil for shaping beds up to 10' high. 80 HP rating. Use at least 50 HP for an 8' bed height and at least 60 HP for 10' bed height.
'Junior' Model 1721-D is intended for smaller Category-1 tractors. The price is attractive for smaller farms or plots. Features a lower frame and narrower pan to better match compact tractors. Rated at 35 HP. About any tractor with a Category-1 3-point hitch and suitable for field work can form a 4' bed. Consider at least 35 HP for a 6' bed. Model 1321-ND features an extra-narrow frame for 'hoop house' or indoor farming.
Our 'Junior' Model 1723 lays plastic straight and tight like our other exceptional layers but offers less features for less cost. Lower-speed roll carriage. Covering boards. Non-floating frame. The narrower, low-riding frame is a good match for compact tractors. Gauge wheels can be front or side-mounted. Tuck wheels float. This model is intended for small farms or plots.