Soil Surgeon Bladed Farm Cultivator Skid
Soil Surgeon, Amish reproduction farm cultivator skid equipped with knife blades. The original Soil Surgeons were popular in the early 1950s with John Deere 'B' tractor owners. Soil Surgeon reproduction skids are still popular with the Amish for horse-drawn cultivation. Generally, a double team is used to pull even the 4’ section.
The Soil Surgeon Cultivator Skid has 10-gauge heat-treated blades that slice through dry hard ground and dirt clods better than a wheel disc that tends to roll dirt clods like rocks to the side. The skid design levels the field.
Available in 30”, 4 and 5-foot sections that bolt together for whatever size you may need.
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Price begins with a single 30” section, select sizes using the drop-down box, and then the quantity to see the pricing before shipping.
High sides allow concrete blocks to stack on for better downward cutting pressure. The Amish generally use four blocks plus the driver standing per section for horse-drawn use.
Produce farmers will benefit from the 4 or 5-foot sections. Bolt them together for 8, 9, 10, or 12-foot swath, perfect for larger fields. Flip them over to pull to fields on the welded skids.
Cottage Craft Works.com travels deep into the back roads to find Amish companies who are still making vintage reproduction farm equipment and parts to restore horse-drawn farm machinery.
Priced F.O.B. Northern Indiana, we will need to obtain shipping quotes per order based on the number and sizes. Generally, we can ship a 4’ section to a Midwest commercial address for + or - $200. Farm delivery with a lift gate may run more.