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Rotavators and Power harrows

€11 166 Net Price
Construction year
2019
€10 937 Net Price
Construction year
2020

Other tillage machines

Price upon request
Construction year
2010
€20 323 Net Price

Reversible ploughs

€5 200 Net Price
Construction year
1997
Price upon request
Construction year
2020
€650 Net Price

Cultivators

€7 158 Net Price
Construction year
2019
€9 000 Net Price
€325 Net Price
Construction year
2018
€1 169 Net Price
Construction year
2020

Reversible ploughs

€6 991 Net Price
Construction year
2009
€4 435 Net Price

Subsoilers, chisel plows

€7 177 Net Price
Construction year
2018
€4 894 Net Price
Construction year
2006
€1 169 Net Price
Construction year
2020
€1 010 Net Price
Construction year
2020
€1 010 Net Price
€6 886 Net Price
Construction year
2018
€1 314 Net Price
€61 500 Net Price
Construction year
2011
€33 900 Net Price
Construction year
2012
€4 900 Net Price
Construction year
2010

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2006
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Tillers

Tillers are generally robust machines for heavy duty purposes. They can be divided into two categories: the primary machines, such as ploughs, which can penetrate deep into the soil, and with which the soil can be churned, and the secondary machines, such as rakes, hoes, and vaporisers, used to process the surface of the land.

Primary machines

The plough, for example, falls under the primary machines. In agriculture, a plough is used to prepare the soil for use, especially for sowing. Due to improved techniques, and using tractors, thousands of acres of land can nowadays be ploughed in a single day. Tillers are getting larger and more efficient and can generally work both forwards and backwards. Often, they are fitted with rotating blades, which allow large quantities of soil to be churned in short periods of time. There are many different applications around for tillers. Ploughing and harrowing, for example, are done when preparing the soil for sowing. While a stubble plough with multiple sheers can penetrate deeper into the soil.

Secondary machines

Secondary tillers, such as rakes, hoes, and vaporisers can also be found on Tradus. Just like primary machines, they are separate components which can be attached to a tractor, to then be used in processing soil. Rakes and hoes however, are more suitable for work on the surface, rather than deep in the soil.

Range on Tradus

A wide range of used tillers can be found on Tradus. Ploughs, harrows, hoeing machines, cultivators, rollers, and presses of various makes are regularly offered. The recurring makes of tillers include Kverneland, Lemken, Kuhn, Gruber, Amazone, Väderstad and many other makes.

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