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The Grass & Slurry Machinery Specialists | Agricultural - Professional Groundscare - Industrial

Major Cyclone Coming to Sunbelt Ag Expo

We are thrilled to be attending Sunbelt Ag Expo in Moultrie, Georgia from October 19 – 21, 2021. North America’s Premier Farm Show promises an exciting display of the latest agricultural technology, research and equipment over the course of the 3-day event.


We proudly present the MAJOR Cyclone Crop Shredder, a hybrid implement combining the best features of batwing and flail technologies. The Cyclone delivers the same shredding capabilities as a flail with half the fuel consumption and power requirements. With double the cutting heads of batwing cutters and blender-style mulching, the Cyclone ensures all material is spread evenly across the working width.


Brothers Wyatt and Frank Scott of Scott Brothers Farm in Lucama, North Carolina purchased the 20ft model to replace a flail and rotary-style mower for their 2,000-acre mixed crop farm. “The Cyclone does a better job spreading out that residue than any mower/shredder we’ve used,” say Wyatt. “We’ve cut 700 acres this year and saved about $2800 compared to what we would be spending using the old system. I’ve been running it up to 7 mph, and it’s done a great job mulching and dispersing stalk residue.”


Visit Booth C-8-581 to see the 9ft, 14ft, 18, ft and 20ft models on display.

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