OREGON Subsoiler



A subsoiler is a simple attachment—essentially a straight blade that drives down into the soil to penetrate and break up hardpan, allowing for further water and root penetration. Most subsoilers are meant for larger tractors, but Oregon makes a subsoiler designed for compact tractors. You will need a minimum of 25″ clearance from the ground to your 3-Pt arms in their highest position (we used it on a John Deere 2038R and it worked great). See the subsoiler in action in the video below.

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OREGON Subsoiler Features

Break up deep, hard ground with the Oregon® Subsoiler Plow, which will improve drainage and allow roots to grow deeper without saturation

  • Plow reaches 22″ deep into the ground
  • Reversible, sloped-point blade extends the life of your subsoiler
  • High-strength steel construction
  • Corrosion-resistant powder coat finish
  • Compatible with tractors up to 35 HP
  • Cat 1 3-Pt connection
  • Includes tractor mounting pins
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty

OREGON Subsoiler Dimensions

  • 32.5″ width
  • 29″ blade width
  • 10″ blade length
  • 96 lb

Model OR22SS-1


Q: Are there replacement parts available for wear items?
A: Yes, there are replacement parts. See manual for details.

Q: What is the minimum HP required to use this Subsoiler Plow?
A: It is recommended that your tractor have a minimum of 18 HP in order to use this product.

Q: Is the depth adjustable?
A: While the unit itself is not adjustable, by using the tractor hydraulics you can adjust the depth.

Q: Can this product be used in reverse?
A: No

Q: Is the Breaker V-blade and the Subsoiler blade interchangeable?
A: No

Q: Can you trench with it?
A: No, the Subsoiler Plow is designed to break soil and is not recommended for creating trenches.

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