Curse Buster features the easiest entering tine design on the market. The Eagle tine is superior in resizing ability and the helical pattern is the smoothest available. Tines are replaced individually without disassembly of the shaft.
Designed for mounting Auxillary Equipment
Valmar Air Seeder mounted for applying cover-crop seed on a 30 foot machine.
Weppler 15 footer Rotary Harrows
These harrows are hydraulically adjustable and reversible.
10’ Curse Buster headed for Finland
Farmers Ville Hakanen has a vision for healthy soils that made a Curse Buster part of his tillage plans.
Popular 30 Foot Model
This machine requires at least 450 HP. It is a primary tillage tool and acts like it but doesn’t destroy the soil structure like other primary tillage tools do.
30 Foot Rear View
These harrows can be lifted hydraulically from the soil surface when not required or desired. The harrows are optionally hydraulically reversible. To create additional aggressiveness that may be required for crop removal, the harrows are manually unbolted, reversed end for end and easily reattached.
Optional Rear Hitch
For those conditions where additional firming is needed, operators can pull a packer or rolling basket behind the Curse Buster.
10’ Curse Buster
This size needs from 130 to 150 HP to move at 5-7 mph. The harrows work best at around 5 mph or more up to 9 mph. The primary tillage Eagle tine performs well at any speed producing the soil density reduction which makes the harrows enter the soil to do final seedbed preparation, incorporation and crop residue distribution.
Weppler Family Farm, Clifford, Ontario, Canada
Putting finishing touches on the 15 foot tandem roller design fully equipped with original version Phillips Rotary harrows.