Features and Benefits
There’s not much this adaptable implement can’t do. In fact, some owners use it for complete cultivation jobs – start to finish. (Though it’s also very effective as a secondary cultivator, after ploughing or out of crop.) This is where its flexibility truly shines. Hardworking, powerful and built to last, they can penetrate straight into old pasture, pugged crop ground or even stubble. It’s also difficult to fault their incorporating ability. They bury trash and stones, break up pan, work in fertiliser, and deliver a perfect, level seedbed often in one pass. Requiring less power than some comparable implements, it also has a variable gearbox to suit differing New Zealand soil and residue conditions, and proves itself, time and again, up and down the land. Compact, yet easy to operate, it allows operators to work up a whole range of conditions with the one, useful implement.