thoughts on these non main brand disc harrows

Matt

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texelburger

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Herefordshire
https://www.agri-linc.com/proforge-inverta-3-0-metre-disc-cultivator-new.html
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Disc-cultivator/183938191986?hash=item2ad3921272:g:UOIAAOSwL8ZdNbVy

anyone got any experince of these sort of cheaper disc harrows. seem to be a few makes about now with the skf bearings ect.
looking for something cheaper on our limited acreage to create stale seed beds and also be able to chop up some grassland.
TIA
We have a Weaving 4m short disc and they have been fine.Might be worth popping to have a look,they are only across the border in Evesham.
 

james ds

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leinster
I have a romalko , made in Poland , cost half the price of the pottinger or amazone , it has a lot of rough reseeding work done and no problems.
 
There was a set of Rolmako speed discs over here afew years ago i seen. There was alot of re welding and extra gussets put on it but there’s some pretty tough ground over here as well. But for the price vs a mainstream player it’s probably worth a gamble
 

Cornish

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I've been looking at these recently. Would they create a good enough bed to put grass seeds in to stubble with one or two passes and a roll? Do they leave a level enouth finish?
 
I've been looking at these recently. Would they create a good enough bed to put grass seeds in to stubble with one or two passes and a roll? Do they leave a level enouth finish?
I have just put in quite a few acres of grass seed with one pass of discs and powerharrow/drill combination which has left a very level finish. Once ballast rolled it resembles a billiard table.
 

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