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I've thought and thought and I can't figure it out.Not a roto-tiller. It is a Gravely Brush hog. Just happened to be there. I do use my tiller to work the spent grains into my garden though!
How does the roto-tiller fit into the process?
It doesn't look cheap, you just decided what to spend the money on. Good set up.St. Johns MI Dead center. The company I work for American Rentals does all the tents and Ameri-Cans for all the Mi Brewers Guild Beer Fests so I get VIP passes.
I see a stainless 3 tub sink, stone shelf, a water bib so you can clean and sprays up, and the all important mop. From the posters it looks like you are from MI.