When it’s time to work your land, Frontier Disks are built to handle a variety of unpredictable soil conditions.
Optional rolling basket for improved field conditions
Operators can add the optional 35.56-cm (14-in.) diameter rolling basket to help break up clods for improved levelness and uniformity of field finish. A wrench can be used to adjust the down pressure of the rolling basket to suit the operator’s needs.
Notched or spherical blades
Choose notched or spherical blades with cast spools for the Frontier™ DH15 and DH16 Series Disk Harrows.
Notched blades aggressively cut and mulch, while spherical (smooth) blades slice and mix residue for a smoother finish.
There are three blade configurations:
- Front notched gang and rear spherical gang
- Spherical blades only
- Notched blades only
Disk leveling adjustable with a crank
Crank adjustment for front-to-rear leveling on the Frontier™ disk harrow lets the operator easily fine-tune disk leveling to avoid ridges and valleys in varying soil types and field conditions.
The working depth is controlled with the depth control bar. Simply lock the pin in one of the seven positions for the working depth required.
Disk gangs adjust to match soil conditions
Disk gangs are easily adjustable to match changing soil conditions with Frontier™ disk harrows.
Use a more aggressive angle to tear up and penetrate high residue and soil. Reduce the angle for a smoother finish.