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Bully Tools Fixed 5-Tine Long-handle Cultivator

16 Reviews
  • The perfect ergonomic home gardening tool for turning, tilling, lifting, and aerating soil without heavy lifting
  • It is constructed from 10 gauge 100% made in the USA steel (up to 30% more durable against foreign steel) with a steel encasement around the fiberglass handles, and a reinforcing wood core to increase the forks strength even more
  • Detachable handles for easy storage are made from high quality fiberglass and coated in a polyester veil to prevent splintering and increase strength

$101.99

The perfect ergonomic tool for turning, tilling, lifting, and aerating soil without any heavy lifting. It is constructed from a heavy duty 10-gauge 100% made in the USA steel, up to 30% more durable against foreign competitors, and two handles made from high quality fiberglass and coated in a polyester veil to prevent splintering and increase strength. The handles are also detachable, allowing you to easily store it at the end of the season. For when spring rolls back around, simply reattach the handles and you’re ready to work again. It also comes with a limited lifetime warranty that protects against defects in material and workmanship.
  • The perfect ergonomic home gardening tool for turning, tilling, lifting, and aerating soil without heavy lifting
  • It is constructed from 10 gauge 100% made in the USA steel (up to 30% more durable against foreign steel) with a steel encasement around the fiberglass handles, and a reinforcing wood core to increase the forks strength even more
  • Detachable handles for easy storage are made from high quality fiberglass and coated in a polyester veil to prevent splintering and increase strength
  • Rubber grips to provide maximum comfort and to decrease hand fatigue through extended use
  • 100% Made in the USA
Weight 12 lbs
Dimensions 56 × 20 × 5.25 in

Latest reviews

  1. Chris

    Awesome for aerating my clay soil. The only problem I have is with the attachment points/hardware. The handles wiggle a bit no matter how much I tighten the bolts.

  2. Gareth

    Was considering a gas powered rototiller but this was recommended by an agricultural professional. Glad I took their advice. Does an amazing job of turning (without destroying) the soil. None of the mess or expense of a gas tiller. It’s a bit of a workout but great leverage with those long handles. Am surprisingly pleased with it.

  3. rockwater

    I read a bunch of reviews on this broadfork before purchase. I noted that some users had issues with the tines tearing loose from the barrel base piece. I expected that the additional flat bar across the base of the tines was to improve strength, but, being a careful person, I decided to add my own flair. I took an old broom handle that was just a bit larger diameter and sanded it down until I could drive it snugly into the base barrel. That should improve resistance to tearing and bending. An additional concern relates to the round handles in a holder made of two pieces of flat stock. Myself, I would find a square tube just big enough to allow the handle to slide into it. Take about a 1 foot piece, cut it with a 1″ hole saw to make the end that would fit tight to the barrel, slide the tubing over the outside of the outer flat stock and inside the inner flat stock. Use the holes in the inner flat stock to guide drilling. Once everything fit up, I would weld the flat tube across the barrel and exposed flat stock. Note, some grinding on the flat stock inside the tube is likely required to allow a tight fit. Once that tube has the handle stock inserted and bolted, Those handles would be held by the square tube instead of the bolts alone and would take considerably greater torque without wiggling. My handles are already wiggling even with tightening. Last, I note that the wood does not run the full length of the handle. There is about 18 inches of empty fiberglass handle. Yes, this lightens the took, but also reduces strength. I am considering fitting two pieces of hardwood dowel into the handles to assist in preventing fiberglass failure. Bully should offer options.

    The improvements aside, it works extremely well. I have stony, clayey soil that is really tight. This does a decent job of penetrating if I take my time working the tines into the soil. I tend to work tools hard, and I have a good sized garden on my farm. I will try to return at the end of the season to update how well it survived the summer.

  4. Jenn

    It is perfect for loosening the soil for a no till garden and it is working great for that.

  5. slacker

    Works great but handles are loose even when tightened down. The tabs they are attached to are too far apart and make it loose no matter what. That and one of the holes in the handle is a little too big for the bolt. Other than that it works just like I expected it too.

  6. Happy Lee

    I love everything about my new garden gadget very strong handles and digs deep into the soil pulling up hard grass roots and breaks up soil good.

  7. FlatFarmer

    Very well built, strong and lightweight for this kind of tool. Easy to use.

  8. Tomw

    Works as i expected. Tears grass up pretty good, is still hard work. O

  9. Chris

    Awesome for aerating my clay soil. The only problem I have is with the attachment points/hardware. The handles wiggle a bit no matter how much I tighten the bolts.

  10. Gareth

    Was considering a gas powered rototiller but this was recommended by an agricultural professional. Glad I took their advice. Does an amazing job of turning (without destroying) the soil. None of the mess or expense of a gas tiller. It’s a bit of a workout but great leverage with those long handles. Am surprisingly pleased with it.

  11. rockwater

    I read a bunch of reviews on this broadfork before purchase. I noted that some users had issues with the tines tearing loose from the barrel base piece. I expected that the additional flat bar across the base of the tines was to improve strength, but, being a careful person, I decided to add my own flair. I took an old broom handle that was just a bit larger diameter and sanded it down until I could drive it snugly into the base barrel. That should improve resistance to tearing and bending. An additional concern relates to the round handles in a holder made of two pieces of flat stock. Myself, I would find a square tube just big enough to allow the handle to slide into it. Take about a 1 foot piece, cut it with a 1″ hole saw to make the end that would fit tight to the barrel, slide the tubing over the outside of the outer flat stock and inside the inner flat stock. Use the holes in the inner flat stock to guide drilling. Once everything fit up, I would weld the flat tube across the barrel and exposed flat stock. Note, some grinding on the flat stock inside the tube is likely required to allow a tight fit. Once that tube has the handle stock inserted and bolted, Those handles would be held by the square tube instead of the bolts alone and would take considerably greater torque without wiggling. My handles are already wiggling even with tightening. Last, I note that the wood does not run the full length of the handle. There is about 18 inches of empty fiberglass handle. Yes, this lightens the took, but also reduces strength. I am considering fitting two pieces of hardwood dowel into the handles to assist in preventing fiberglass failure. Bully should offer options.

    The improvements aside, it works extremely well. I have stony, clayey soil that is really tight. This does a decent job of penetrating if I take my time working the tines into the soil. I tend to work tools hard, and I have a good sized garden on my farm. I will try to return at the end of the season to update how well it survived the summer.

  12. Jenn

    It is perfect for loosening the soil for a no till garden and it is working great for that.

  13. slacker

    Works great but handles are loose even when tightened down. The tabs they are attached to are too far apart and make it loose no matter what. That and one of the holes in the handle is a little too big for the bolt. Other than that it works just like I expected it too.

  14. Happy Lee

    I love everything about my new garden gadget very strong handles and digs deep into the soil pulling up hard grass roots and breaks up soil good.

  15. FlatFarmer

    Very well built, strong and lightweight for this kind of tool. Easy to use.

  16. Tomw

    Works as i expected. Tears grass up pretty good, is still hard work. O

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