You’ll find plenty of disc harrows on the market that claim to flex and follow contours. But one thing soon becomes obvious. They’re all built with three sections. For real flexibility, take a look at the Model 1444. Even the smallest model in the series, which features a cutting width of 30’ 6”, features four sections to follow terraces and uneven terrain, while gliding over rocks that can damage other disc harrows. All the while the heavy frame protects the unit from stress and strain as walking tandems and outboard gauge wheels prevent frame bounce and uneven penetration. Who says “you can’t have your cake and eat it too”?