A bobcat with the flail attachment is suitable for mowing on steep ground as well as flat ground. We also have a tracked bobcat which is suitable for more difficult terrain such as narrow access, steep inclines or wet terrain.
A tractor with a flail attachment is well suited to mow large paddocks, fields and acreage properties. The advantage of using a flail mower rather than a slasher is that a flail machine mulches as it mows and can help improve the pasture.
An excavator with a flail attachment is best suited for working along creek edges, embankments, drains and other difficult areas.
The bobcat and excavator can also be used to cut grass, lantana or trees up to 100mm whereas the tractor is best suited for grass and light shrubs.
For projects involving Main Roads, QLD Rail or other council work, a flail mower is the way to go. Councils prefer the use of flail mowers over slashers due to the safety aspects offered.
Our flail mower meets the ISO world standards of safety for thrown objects. Unlike a slasher, which requires 100m of clear zone, a flail mower requires only 20m making it suitable for properties with space limitations or proximity to public areas.
Contact us today if you have a mowing project that might need the use of a flail mower.
Did you know that the way your farm is mowed can make a difference in the quality of its pasture?
By mowing with a flail mower, you can automatically improve pasture for your horses or other livestock.
Added benefits of using a flail mower for commercial and acreage mowing are:
- No windrows left behind
- Clears grass and also mulches as it goes
- Keeps debris contained
Our flail mower also fits on a tracked Bobcat which allows us to mow on difficult terrain or steep slopes. Not only can we access the hard to reach areas of your acreage, but we can also take care of improving pasture in those areas in one go!
Contact us if you would like to improve pasture on your property today.