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I got to try out my new tractor and new-to-me tiller tilling several gardens and a food plot. Had a fun day tilling, didn't really run into any significant issues, and even finished ahead of schedule! I have a John Deere 3046r and Frontier RT1173 tiller. Thanks for watching!

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Just curious,

In the first location the “garden” you were tilling was adjacent to what looks like a 100 acre farm. Surprised he had nothing to yell a garden with? :unknown:

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Nice video. A tiller is on my wish list.
As it should be...The 3025E easily handles a 5' tiller. I've used it to til the garden, rhubarb patch and blueberry patch, til the "burn pile" back into useful soil, smooth out a trail and help my son with his garden. Right now I'm getting ready to do my food plot. Sadly, around here, used tillers are not cheap ($400-500 for junk with missing parts; $750-1250 for working tillers with lots of use and rust, $1500 for good tillers). I ended up buying new ($1500). A 4' would have dropped that by $250, but the 3025E does great with the 5' model.

GWT3046r...great video.
 
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