bcs tiller or rotary plow for breaking sod?
New to the forum, looks like lots of great info.
I looked around the forum for info on this, found some interesting stuff, but would like to pose the question directly: I am going to be getting a BCS tiller to work 2 acres of commercial garden. I know the BCS will do all the things I need, once the ground is broken...but right now the field is a pasture, with some tough looking sod (tho very few rocks). So the question is, can I bust the sod with just the tiller, making multiple passes, without
killing the machine, or should I shell out the $1200 odd dollars for the rotary plow to do the job?
Related question: neither my dealer now the web have much info on the BCS single bottom plow...does anyone have any experience with it? It costs a lot less than the rotary plow.
Thanx much for whatever wisdom can be passed on.