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    Anyone use one of these Countryline middle busters?

    Been thinking of getting one of these to break up the ground for my food plot instead of my box blade. Would it be better or should I save my money?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnf View Post
    Been thinking of getting one of these to break up the ground for my food plot instead of my box blade. Would it be better or should I save my money?

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    I have used them to cut trenches to get water off small fields but for breaking up ground I'm a fan of a subsoiler. To me the subsoiler breaks up the ground deeper and is cleaner with less disturbance on the top.
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    My uncle has one(not sure the brand) for his Kubota. He uses it to break hard ground first then go back through with his pto rototiller and do the fine breakdown.

    I don't think I'd want to use one for large areas, maybe small food plots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ky_shawn View Post
    I have used them to cut trenches to get water off small fields but for breaking up ground I'm a fan of a subsoiler. To me the subsoiler breaks up the ground deeper and is cleaner with less disturbance on the top.
    Ditto on my experience as well. I've used both for food plots and like the subsoiler better for the reasons you describe. If you want A LOT of ground turned over (kind of like a plow) then use the middlebuster.


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    I have one with a really beefed up 3ph.
    Can convert it from plow to subsoiler or to a cypress knee/root puller.

    Have dug trenches a foot and a half deep with it, very handy if beefed up enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cajun View Post
    I have one with a really beefed up 3ph.
    Can convert it from plow to subsoiler or to a cypress knee/root puller.

    Have dug trenches a foot and a half deep with it, very handy if beefed up enough.
    Where is the pic of your cypress knee lamp?

    EVERYONE with cypress has a cypress knee lamp,,,

    (At least in the 1960's,,, they had them,,,,)

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    I have one, but have only used it once. It has very limited usage. Not a replacement for a tiller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CADplans View Post
    Where is the pic of your cypress knee lamp?

    EVERYONE with cypress has a cypress knee lamp,,,

    (At least in the 1960's,,, they had them,,,,)

    Yup, just about everybody did when I was a kid, have to admit some of them were down right beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnf View Post
    Been thinking of getting one of these to break up the ground for my food plot instead of my box blade. Would it be better or should I save my money?

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    If you have a box blade, your well on your way to having a small subsoiler...maybe my quick and easy subsoiler will give you some inspiration. It will break up the soil 6-8 inches deep, plenty for a food plot. I have only 1 tine/tooth but there's no reason you couldn't use 2 or 3 (other than power and soil type).
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