Sep 27, 2013
Category: G-I
Posted by: admin

The use of an implement usually pulled behind a tractor to break down lumps of soil

and even out pasture. Harrowing is mistakenly thought to help with parasite control by spreading

uncollected poo over a large area thus exposing eggs and larvae contained in them to the elements.

It was thought that during the summer this would destroy them by drying them out; however, in

temperate climates such as the UK there is insufficient time with high enough temperatures without

rain to achieve this objective.