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Clay forks

Used, as the name suggests, for digging heavy soil with a high clay content. Usually with two or three strong tines widely spaced apart. The most 'extreme' form is the two tine pattern often with pronounced splayed tips to the tines for greater lift. This pattern is also known as the 'Evesham Fork' as it has been used for generations on the heavy clay soil here in the Vale. Fewer tines have less friction in the clay soil and the wider spaced tines are unlikey to clog up as with a conventional garden fork. The photos include a tape measure to give you the dimensions and the overall length of each item.