Rotary Tillers by Victory Tractor
Victory Tractor offers two distinct lines of Heavy Duty Tillers
Heavy Duty Rotary Tiller
Heavy Duty Rotary Tiller with Hydraulic Side Shift
Whether for planting crops or garden maintenance, a rotary tiller is a huge time saver. Designed for cultivating, aerating, and stirring up soil for a variety of landscapes including gardens, food plots, and other tillage needs, these versatile machines are a staple in any farmer’s playbook.
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Primary purposes include maintaining vineyards and orchards, preparing seed beds for future harvest, and mulching in cover crops and stubble.
A well performing tiller should effectively produce a consistent mix of textured soil that is both loose and uniform in depth. The outcome is a fertile ground that maintains moisture and is protected against weathering and erosion.
Tractor HP, number of blades, and tilling width are three of the most important factors when determining the best fit for your subcompact or compact tractor.
Forward / Reverse Tine
Slip clutch compatible
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Creates a finer soil texture than reverse tine tillers however do not till as deeply. Can typically operate with less HP. Best suited for estate and large property cultivation.
Buries topsoil and residue at the bottom rather than on the surface. Typically requiring greater HP than forward tine with the ability to reach further into the ground and produce a rougher soil texture. Best suited for large scale and commercial application.
Offset (also known as side shift) tillers provide the operator with the flexibility to extend the tiller a greater distance to the side of the tractor. This offers the benefit of tilling closer to objects and obstacles such as fences, posts, trees, and perimeter lines with less time and effort required by the operator.
A slip clutch helps prevent damage to the shear bolts which occurs when hitting hard objects that lay hidden below the surface. Instead (as the name implies) the PTO will simply slip until the obstacle in question is no longer a concern.
Most rotary tillers range somewhere between 48” to 84” (4-7 feet) in width. Usually, the width will be consistent with tractor size, whereas smaller tillers will pair well with subcompact tractors and gear up towards midsized tractors when comparing to heavy duty models.
Working depth varies based on tiller size and tine direction. Most tillers are equipped with adjustable runners that can be set to till at a minimum of 1” in depth and increase in increments of 1” to reach the desired outcome.
* detailed overview available in The Ultimate Rotary Tiller Guide
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