I have a small drag harrow which measures 5 feet wide by 7 feet long, and weighs around 160 pounds. I'm pushing 70 and manhandling and lifting it isn't doable any more. I do use it about once a week on 5 acres of horse pasture. I'd like to find a way to store it safely. Leaving it on the ground isn't really a good option, since I'm worried about a loose horse possibly running over it. I've got a tractor/implement storage space underneath my barn overhang but can't drive in and drop it there, since there's a wall to a workshop at one end.
Here are a few ideas so far. One, build a small enclosure with a gate at both ends - drive in, drop, and close both gates. Two, build a box-like cover from pressure treated lumber to put over it - that obviously means lifting the cover off and putting it back on. Three, dropping it, then picking it up with my loader bucket hooks, and hanging it from hooks on the barn wall under the overhang. I kind of like that idea because I could the use the bucket to lay it on the ground to use with either side down. I wouldn't need to manually flip it over.
But, there must be a better way. If you know of one, please post it. Thanks.