• Hand Till Your Garden The Easy Way

  • Our broadfork makes it easy to till, cultivate, and dig, for healthy soil and a flourishing garden
  • Cultivate Your Garden Like Never Before

  • Grow healthier vegetables with the best broadfork there is.
  • Deep cultivation helps your garden flourish

  • Broadfork for healthier gardens.
  • Meadow Creature's Broadforks Built For A Lifetime

  • Our all-steel broadfork is made in the USA and guaranteed forever.

Hand Till Your Garden The Easy Way

Our broadfork makes it easy to till, cultivate, and dig, for healthy soil and a flourishing garden

Cultivate Your Garden Like Never Before

Grow healthier vegetables with the best broadfork there is.

Deep cultivation helps your garden flourish

Broadfork for healthier gardens.

Meadow Creature's Broadforks Built For A Lifetime

Our all-steel broadfork is made in the USA and guaranteed forever.
  • Thanks for sending the broadforks. We absolutely love them! They have enabled us to really improve our compacted fill beneath the existing garden, even under established fruit trees. I have been giving demonstrations with them during workshops and courses, and will be featuring them in some upcoming videos. I hope I can bring some more business for your fantastic unbreakable product.

  • ― Eric Toensmeier, Holyoke, Massachusetts
  • The Meadow Creature broadfork is the backbone of permaculture-inspired growing. From establishing and maintaining beds to harvesting root crops, I've used this indispensable tool for years. In 15 years of growing with and trialing garden tools, I have 2 or 3 that I consider family heirloom quality—the Meadow Creature broadfork is one of them.

  • - Jason Gerhardt, The Permaculture Institute, Inc.
  • I got my fork this morning and I've already taken it for a little spin around the garden. I'm impressed. It's a sturdy, well-built tool that should stand up to the hard red clay soil here in Western North Carolina. It beats the heck out of that noisy, smelly, fossil fuel burning, hard-to-wrestle tiller I recently sold. I don't think I needed to cuss once. Thanks for a good product.

  • ― Harold A., Rutherfordton, North Carolina
  • I love the Meadow Creature, thank you for making such a sturdy tool. I am trying to loosen up a garden plot that is new soil brought in by dump trucks and spread by an excavator, then tilled with a tractor. So it was driven over many times by heavy equipment. It also has lots of New England rocks (the same ones that were used in thousands of miles of rock walls). I am able to turn them out finally.

  • ― John C., Bar Harbor, Maine

Thanks for sending the broadforks. We absolutely love them! They have enabled us to really improve our compacted fill beneath the existing garden, even under established fruit trees. I have been giving demonstrations with them during workshops and courses, and will be featuring them in some upcoming videos. I hope I can bring some more business for your fantastic unbreakable product.

― Eric Toensmeier, Holyoke, Massachusetts

The Meadow Creature broadfork is the backbone of permaculture-inspired growing. From establishing and maintaining beds to harvesting root crops, I've used this indispensable tool for years. In 15 years of growing with and trialing garden tools, I have 2 or 3 that I consider family heirloom quality—the Meadow Creature broadfork is one of them.

- Jason Gerhardt, The Permaculture Institute, Inc.

I got my fork this morning and I've already taken it for a little spin around the garden. I'm impressed. It's a sturdy, well-built tool that should stand up to the hard red clay soil here in Western North Carolina. It beats the heck out of that noisy, smelly, fossil fuel burning, hard-to-wrestle tiller I recently sold. I don't think I needed to cuss once. Thanks for a good product.

― Harold A., Rutherfordton, North Carolina

I love the Meadow Creature, thank you for making such a sturdy tool. I am trying to loosen up a garden plot that is new soil brought in by dump trucks and spread by an excavator, then tilled with a tractor. So it was driven over many times by heavy equipment. It also has lots of New England rocks (the same ones that were used in thousands of miles of rock walls). I am able to turn them out finally.

― John C., Bar Harbor, Maine