How wide is the row cut?
Broadforks are used working backwards, weaving or alternating side to side as you go. Weaving by half the distance between two tines, the tool cuts a natural row width of about 30". Not weaving at all cuts about 24". To cut much wider than 36", make multiple passes. Working backwards avoids stepping on what you've just tilled, and is easier because you're always lifting into soil just loosened.