Using a broadforkPosted: June 16, 2011
Several of the farming blogs I read reference a broadfork, but no one sells them locally. Thankfully a google search gave me two blacksmiths in my region that hand make these useful tools.
Great for everything from harvesting potatoes to adding amendments to your garden beds. With our hard clay that is only 9 inches down, I’ll be putting this thing through it’s paces soon.