1. Hay Fields
Aerate soil, lift matter stuck to the ground, knock down dead standing plants and spread chunks of hay left from previous year. Care must be taken to harrow your fields as early as possible in the season, so as to not lift plants already progressing.
2. On Pasture
Most of the same benefits as hay fields, plus spreading of droppings. If harrowing pasture more than once a year, the gentle side of the harrow should be used. Then pasture could be harrowed several times.
3. Spread Manure
Some of today's spreaders may leave large chunks on the field. The "Bridge" harrow will break lumps and spread manure, making much better use of manure, and it doesn't plug.
Homes, ponds, municipalities, golf courses, etc. Saves a lot of work raking and shoveling, as harrow smooths and levels. Works well along with other leveling equipment.
5. Horse Training
Tracks Loosen packed surface, including packed snow and ice. Works well with other leveling equipment.
6. Preparing Seed Bed
7. Trails and Yards
Loosen packed surfaces.
8. Baseball Fields
Uses After Other Equipment:
(harrow may be hitched directly behind other machinery as well as pulled independently)
Break lumps and pulverizes soil as you prepare your seed bed.
Level ridges and spread any remaining residue.
11. Seed Drill
Level and cover seed.
12. Aerating Equipment (Subsoiler, minimum till drill, no till drill)
Level ridges, breakup and spread any lumps remaining and spread residue which is often present after the use of these machines. (maybridgeharrows.com)