The Oxdale Mounted Chain Harrows are easy to use and attach to any tractor with a standard 3-point linkage.

Our range of harrows are designed to cover all applications from large farms, small holdings and equestrian venues to sports fields.

Harrowing should be carried out as part of any pasture management programme, in the spring preferably after grazing in conjunction with rolling and before any fertiliser application.

Chain harrows were originally designed to work behind horses and it is best done at a walking pace (between 3 and 4 mph) which was the average working speed of a horse.

What does a chain harrow do?

Harrowing removes dead thatch lifts vegetation up and levels molehills. Its job is to allow air movement and root aeration which helps the soil to breathe and improves water infiltration. It reduces disease by exposing fungi and bacteria to sunlight which is essential for the health of the pasture. Our larger heavy-duty chain harrows are folding so that you can transport them easily.

Our mounted paddock chain harrows are designed to pull the harrows at the correct angle so that the ground is completely covered. The smaller frames are rigid and delivered flat-packed on pallets. All frames are supplied for self-assembly.

The 4ft, 6ft and 8ft versions all come with a ’3-way chain matt’. This means that the matt can be used at its most vigorous setting or turned so that it is not as severe to the crop.

Features:

A 3-way harrow offers a user more options to control the amount of pressure applied to the ground with the harrow. Very popular with landowners when fields poached by horses or with destroyed fields and ruts in the land. (A standard Fixed harrow just applies one firm amount of pressure to the ground and can only be pulled in one direction only)

The chain link and projecting point in the mat of chain making up a harrow is known as tine. These flexible tine rocks in 2 directions and the tine angle position is different.

Option 1 – Pulled in one direction and the land is scrapped more “aggressively”.
Option 2 – Take the draw bar off, clip to the other end of the mat and pull the other way, this allows the land to be scrapped more “passively”.
Option 3 – Turn the harrow up on its back, so the tines (spikes) stick upwards and the use with the flat surface to use as a “levelling mat”.

In summary – 3 way tine mats can be reversed to allow for passive or aggressive harrowing and also turned over on to its back for finer levelling.

Oxdale Mounted Chain Harrows

From £790.00 Excl. VAT

The Oxdale Mounted Chain Harrows are easy to use and attach to any tractor with a standard 3-point linkage. Harrowing removes dead thatch lifts vegetation up and levels mole hills. Its job is to allow air movement and root aeration which helps the soil to breathe and improves water infiltration. The 4ft, 6ft and 8ft versions all come with a ’3-way chain matt’. This means that the matt can be used at its most vigorous setting or turned so that it is not as severe to the crop.

  • 3-way matt on all 4ft, 6ft, 8ft mounted chain harrows.
  • Mounted or Trailed Chain Harrows available.
  • 4ft, 6ft, 8ft and 12ft Mounted Chain Harrows available.
  • 12mm Tine thickness.

Available on back-order

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