Radium’s Pasturators were engineered with dairy farms in mind. Its original purpose was to break up compacted soil just below the grazing plane on planted pastures. The design has proven far more versatile and its use in natural pastures, on instant lawn, or for small-scale ripping, is becoming increasingly popular.
Coulters slice a neat path ahead of each shank as they pass through the pasture. The shanks are designed to lift the soil beneath the surface of the grazing and/or pasture without causing any damage to the surface crop. Behind the shank, a roller firms out the surface and closes any furrows that might be left in its wake.
Regular use of a Radium Pasturator aerates the soil and increases water movement and penetration, improving root development and resulting in a greater crop yield. This makes it the ideal addition to any farm’s agricultural equipment. A good Pasturator is essential for reversing the soil compaction caused by livestock and vehicle movement over agricultural lands.
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