[Market-farming] Post Hole Augers

Margaret L. Wilson booldawgs at frontiernet.net
Fri Jun 8 11:55:51 EDT 2007

My husband and son (big guys) say that even a two man is hard to hold 
especially if you have any rocks or hard soil.  We ended up buying one that 
goes on our old Kubota garden tractor, as a 3-point attachment.  I watch it 
work and do not know how one person could handle one when it hits a rock. We 
have some really hard clay with a lot of rocks.
Why don't you try a rental one and see what you think?

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Allan Balliett" <aballiett at frontiernet.net>
To: "Market Farming" <market-farming at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Friday, June 08, 2007 2:37 AM
Subject: [Market-farming] Post Hole Augers

> I'm looking at getting one of those self-powered post hole augers
> that Lowe's sells.
> They sell one man and two man models. I remember hearing that one man
> cannot easily hold an auger when it is really digging and then
> 'catches.' However, maybe the technology has changed.
> I'd rather buy two much than two little and having to use two people
> to bore is fine.
> Before I drop the cash, I'd like to hear your opinions and experience.
> Thanks
> -Allan
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