Equestrian, Agricultural & Amenity Contractors

Paddock Maintenance Specialists

Pasture Topping

Topping is essential to maintain grass at an optimum grazing height of 5-7 centimetres during the growing season. It removes the tall, tough grass, which livestock; especially horses tend to leave and prevents weeds from going to seed. This in turn, helps to encourage new fresh grass to spread and increases the sward density.

Our flail toppers mulch the grass before spreading which speeds up the breakdown of cuttings allowing new grass to come through faster. The solid rear roller leaves a smart, tidy and level finish.

Using powerful compact tractors we are able to access fields through narrow gateways and tidy up areas which are usually difficult to access. The mower can operate fully offset running alongside the tractor or directly behind and at various angles.

Turf tyres, four wheel drive and skilled operators allow us to operate effectively and safely on steep slopes, through narrow gaps and over rough or twisty terrain, as well as along roadside verges or watercourse banks. Flexibility is the key!

Where you would like to collect the grass and other vegetation we offer a flail collector mower with high tip capability – Flail Collector & Scarifier.

Difficult to reach grass and vegetation can be cut using our hedge cutter flail arm. This is particularly useful on banks, watercourses and around arenas.

We can usually bring more than one mower with us so a combination of services is possible. Contact us today to discuss your requirements.

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