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Old Jan 9th 2012, 3:06 pm
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Does anyone know the cost of Rotovators please?

Or does anyone have a large one we could borrow for a few weeks in the spring?

Any help greatly appreciated

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You are welcome to borrow mine. It is a powerful one with forward and reverse so if it starts digging itself in too deep you can reverse out and try again. Send me a PM. I've not tried it yet but I bought it from a good friend in Scotland and I'm sure it will be a good machine.
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Originally Posted by judybaby
Does anyone know the cost of Rotovators please?

Or does anyone have a large one we could borrow for a few weeks in the spring?

Any help greatly appreciated

Judy
Hi Judy, they are fairly inexpensive here and usually you can pick one up from the local flea markets.
If you have a large amount of land, it would be too much work with a rotovator and better to ask a neighbouring farmer to plough it for you - will take him a few hours and cost you next to nothing.
If it is a small area and a rotovator will suffice, the user Notelab was selling a good one last summer, he might still have it.
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Old Jan 12th 2012, 11:32 am
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Originally Posted by fidobsa
You are welcome to borrow mine. It is a powerful one with forward and reverse so if it starts digging itself in too deep you can reverse out and try again. Send me a PM. I've not tried it yet but I bought it from a good friend in Scotland and I'm sure it will be a good machine.
Thanks Fidobsa will contact you when we are actually over full time - hopefully not too long now!
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