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Catawba Pull Behind Cultipacker

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Review Catawba Pull Behind Cultipacker

The Catawba Attachments pull behind cultipacker is the ultimate tool for breaking up soil clumps. Whether you're using an ATV, UTV, or utility tractor, this cultipacker ensures a smooth and firm bed for seeding. Our pull-behind cultipackers are essential for soil preparation, seedbed establishment, and crop production in agriculture, horticulture, and wildlife management. If you're an agricultural professional, farm equipment user, or land tillage expert, our cultipackers are for your operations.

The Catawba Pull Behind Cultipacker Features

  • Laser cut frame to eliminate sharp edges
  • 9.5″ diameter cast iron wheel to add break up soil clods
  • Rubber wheels that never go flat
  • Transport ability by flipping the unit over to the wheels
  • 4 bolt flange bearing that can be greased to allow for easy spinning when in operation
  • Color: Cat Yellow – one color helps speed up production and reduce wait times  ( new pictures that are correct color coming soon)

Grade 50 High Strength Steel

We use Grade 50 high-strength steel, a type of structural steel known for its exceptional strength and durability. It has a minimum yield strength of 50 ksi (kips per square inch), making it great for bearing heavy loads and maintaining stability in tough conditions.

One Year Factory Warranty

Enjoy peace of mind with our one-year factory warranty on the Catawba Pull Behind Cultipacker. We stand behind the quality and durability of our products, ensuring that you get the best value for your investment.

Our warranty covers any manufacturing defects or faults that may arise during normal use of the attachment within the first year from the date of purchase. Whether you’re using our attachments for landscaping, agriculture, or any other application, you can trust that they’re built to last.

The Catawba Pull Behind Cultipacker Spec Sheet:

View the Catawba Pull Behind Cultipacker Spec Sheet

The Catawba Pull Behind Cultipacker Can Be used in the following:

Seedbed Preparation

Pull-behind cultipackers are primarily used for seedbed preparation before planting crops. They help break up clods, level the soil surface, and create a firm, uniform seedbed that promotes seed-to-soil contact and germination.

Soil Compaction

Cultipackers are also used to compact the soil after planting to ensure good seed-soil contact and improve seedling emergence. Proper soil compaction helps retain moisture, reduce erosion, and improve overall crop yields.

Overseeding and Reseeding

They are often used for overseeding or reseeding pastures, lawns, and fields. Cultipackers help press seeds into the soil and ensure even seed distribution for uniform germination.

Cover Crop Seeding

Pull-behind cultipackers are commonly used for seeding cover crops or small grains such as clover, alfalfa, oats, or wheat. The cultipacker helps press the seeds into the soil and ensures good seed-to-soil contact for optimal germination and establishment.

Food Plot Preparation

They are popular among hunters and wildlife enthusiasts for preparing food plots for deer, turkey, and other game animals. Cultipackers help create a firm seedbed for planting wildlife attractants such as clover, brassicas, and soybeans.

Pasture Renovation

Pull-behind cultipackers are used in pasture renovation projects to rejuvenate overgrazed or compacted pastures. They help improve soil structure, promote grass growth, and increase forage production.

Garden and Plot Preparation

Gardeners and small-scale farmers use pull-behind cultipackers to prepare garden beds, raised beds, and small plots for planting vegetables, flowers, and herbs. Cultipackers help create a fine, friable soil texture that promotes healthy plant growth.

Sports Field Maintenance

They are used for maintaining sports fields by leveling the playing surface, improving seed-to-soil contact, and promoting healthy turf growth.