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Food Plot Preparation

by Bill Kuhlmann
(Valley Park, MO)

I have found that a good way to prepare a seed bed is to run over it with a "Cultipacker". I have taken some of the old 12-16' units and cut them down to 4' and 7' with draw behind and also three point hitch. These have 15" diameter rollers with a frame that is wide enough to put concrete blocks on it to add weight. These are located in Valley Park Mo a subburb of St. Louis. If you are interested, contact me by email at bekuhl37@gmail.com. I will send you pics and pricing. Thanks for your interest.

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