disc harrow

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a harrow with a series of disks set on edge at an angle

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The sides signed a contract, the cost of which is not being disclosed, to provide samples of all types of disk harrows to the United States.
Usually, offset disk harrows have larger disks, up to 20 to 24 inches in diameter, set on a spacing of 9 inches.
The angles in both types of disk harrows can be adjusted to regulate the cutting depth and mixing action.
Products: WiI-Rich--field cultivators, planter bars, harrows, row crop cultivators, sprayers, chisel plows, cutter chisels, moldboard plows, rippers, disk harrows
Round balers, planters, disk harrows and air seeders/air drills all indicate negative sales for 2002, but their outlook for 2003 looks positive with a sales increase of 0.
However, the demand for rectangular balers, disk harrows, forage harvesters and manure spreaders is predicted to decrease both years.
Rectangular balers, forage harvesters, grinder mixers, manure spreaders, mower conditioners, windrowers and swathers, field cultivators, chisel plows and disk harrows show negative sales for 2000 ranging from 0.
Among the products surveyed under the farm field machinery category, rectangular balers, forage harvesters, grinder mixers, manure spreaders, mower conditioners, windrowers/swathers, field cultivators, chisel plows and disk harrows all show negative retail sales for 2000 ranging from .
Products featured in the January 2000 "State of the Ag Industry Outlook" include: two- and four-wheel-drive farm tractors, self-propelled combines, rectangular balers, round balers, forage harvesters, grinder mixers, manure spreaders, mower conditioners, windrowers/swathers, field cultivators, farm loaders, chisel plows, disk harrows, dairy mechanization equipment, beef mechanization equipment, hog mechanization equipment and milking machines.
Among the farm field machinery category, rectangular balers, forage harvesters, grinder mixers, manure spreaders, windrowers/swathers, field cultivators, chisel plows and disk harrows all show negative retail sales for 1999 and 2000.