I have something similar to what the OP is possibly mentioning, its a Melroe Multiweeder.
That unit doesn't take much power, but I would still have 100hp on it.
I mainly use it for knocking down plowing in the spring and for working the ground before putting in wheat or oats.
Due to the spring teeth if the ground is hard it will cheat and just scrape across the top of the ground and not do much good, but it can smooth out the ground quickly so we can spread fertilizer then work with the field cultivator.
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