Drag harrow


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Drag harrow

A name sometimes applied to a-frame or other spike-tooth harrows.
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The aggressive nature of the tines makes it easier to break the surface, unlike a rake or drag harrow which would simply skate across a hard surface.
Quick-hitch clevis used on a 2-by-4-foot or similar size on a drag harrow or similar implement.
Then an 8-foot drag harrow smoothed the surface even more.