Did you know… Clay Delving can increase carbon uptake in your soil? Potentially allowing you to cash in on carbon credits!
“A soil carbon project stores carbon in agricultural soil. This earns Australian carbon credit units (carbon credits) for reducing the level of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Increasing your farm’s soil carbon has a number of benefits for agricultural productivity and profitability”
- Moose delvers are open framed for viewing through the drawbar section. The user is able to view the depth indicators and the soil riding up through the delving tines.
- Leading ripping tines break the ground to create a cavity behind it, which helps the clay to flow to the top resulting in more clay coming to the surface.
- Tines can be inserted from the top of the tine slides by using frontend loader or forklift. More traditionally the tines can also be drawn back up from the bottom of the tine slide.
- The tine slides have a tapered top section with wedge plate, so once the clay has risen it busts, pushing the clay to left and right off of the delving tine.
- Tail pitch delvers give the user a lot more angle adjustment through range of movement, so no matter what depth you are delving at, you will be able to achieve the optimum tine angle.
- Drawbar pitch delvers allow a certain amount of adjustment, but this is limited in comparison with the tail pitch delver.
- Standard delvers have a fixed tine angle. When delving at a shallower depth (400-500mm) the tine will be more vertical. The deeper the user goes (800-1200mm) the tine will shift closer to a 45 degree angle.
- Available with 1 to 9 tines.
Quality / Heavy Duty Design & Construction with Hydraulic Depth Adjustment make ‘Moose’ Delvers No.1 & an Important Farm Implement for Improving Soils and Yields.
Please fill out the ‘Delver’ enquiry form on our product page for more information.