The Buckrake works great when pushing long cuts of haylage Greg - Gasser Farms, Ohio
It's so much easier on the tractor because you're carrying the load, not pushing it and you can definitely tell it's packed tighter than it used to be when you go to face it down. There's nothing about this thing that I don't like. Henry - The Miner Institute, NY
This tool works great and I'd say exactly that to anyone who asked. I'll never go back to a blade. It's so fast and moves so much feed that I can put up an entire load in 2 passes. Mike - Riverview Farm, Vermont
If you enjoy beating up your tractor, wearing out tires, burning extra fuel and the stress of falling behind the chopper then the Buckrake probably isn't for you. If you prefer to be able to move the crop to where you want it when forming your pile, having the flexibility to put a novice operator in the push-up tractor without creating a disaster and having a piece of equipment that is simple and rugged, then I suggest you take a hard look at the Buckrake. The hardened tines do not bend when hitting concrete--I know from experience--and it works better than a blade in grass, alfalfa, AND CORN SILAGE. A blade is great for dirt, just like a shovel. A fork is what works best for feed and it leaves the dirt on the ground! Mark - Zendland Holsteins, Wisconsin
It allows us to get the feed onto the pile quicker, which allows more time for packing... Scott - Mangan Custom Harvesting, Vermont
The visibility through the gate on the Buckrake is excellent... Wendell - Green Mountain Dairy, Vermont
We run ours on a T8 with a packer behind it and it's the ultimate bunk machine. I can put the feed anywhere I want it and have no trouble keeping up with our choppers.... Alex - Parent Farm, Vermont
Hear from a Vermont Farm milking 500 head and have been running a Buckrake for over two years now.
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