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    Default Re: Land Pride vs. Bush Hog Tiller

    Rototiller is a trademarked name by Rototiller Corporation of America (Troybilt)
    Rotovator is the generic term for the piece of machinery.

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    Default Re: Land Pride vs. Bush Hog Tiller

    "...and you'll find that you're on the rotogravure..." Don't know about the spelling, but sure know the song; how seasonal!

    Bill

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    Default Re: Land Pride vs. Bush Hog Tiller

    Thanks for the advice; it would seem I can't go wrong with either the LP or the BH rototiller unit. I'm staying modest with the vines at this point---only 1,500 over a couple of acres, expanding upon an existing 100 vines---which is why I wanted to stay kind of small on the tiller size. Even though I've got the HP on the Ford (which is an industrial model, and I'm told has ~40 PTO HP), and would really enjoy using a much larger tiller, I just don't have the need.

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    Default Re: Land Pride vs. Bush Hog Tiller

    Do a search for "rotogravure" on Yahoo! and you will find more info than you need. It's a type of printing press and I believe it used to be used for newspaper printing. Thus the "rotogravure" in the Easter Bonnet song was a reference to being seen on the Society page (I believe). Of course this has nothing to do with tractors or rototillers so I'm not sure why I brought it up.[img]/w3tcompact/icons/blush.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Land Pride vs. Bush Hog Tiller

    This is the kind of information that makes life interesting! And who would have thought it emerged on a tractor forum. Can't wait to share with my musician friends.

    "In your Easter bonnet, with all the frills upon it..............."

    Can you wear one on a tractor?

    Bill

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    Default Re: Land Pride vs. Bush Hog Tiller

    I learn more stuff here I hope I never need.... [img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

    Chuck

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