Just how many acres are we talking here? If just a few make several passes and you will get enough loose dirt. I think your biggest problem is going to be traction. Another thing if you have just a few acres find a friend and a log chain and hook the 2 tractors together. I remember the first 1800 diesel we sold almost 50 years ago. He though his new 1800 and a 12 foot were a good match. In the same token the boy has a 24 foor disk. We have pulled it with a 95 horsepower tractor (has dual wheels)if it is not the first time over and his pardner wanted to rip up a couple acrs of old clover the other year and they had a 175 horse power in front and it was a load. Traction can be more of a problem then horsepower.
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