|Overall Width||1.60m (5’3″)||1.82m (5’11”)|
|Working Width||1.50m (4’11”)||1.70m (5’7”)|
|Power (HP)||20 HP||25 HP|
|PTO rpm||2000 rpm||2000 rpm|
|Blade tip speed||86 m/s||70.5 m/s|
We run a flock of 500 sheep alongside a medium sized beef enterprise on the Isle of Arann in Scotland. Rushes are our biggest challenge so we were in the market for a flail mower but our dealer, Hamilton Brothers, sugges ...
David Henderson, Isle of Arann, Scotland
Our Cyclone has been a great purchase because I can use it for mulching shrub as well as topping and general grassland maintenance and we can use a much smaller tractor now.
Owenie McGowan, Owenie McGowan, Drystock Farmer, Co Leitrim, Ireland
A reason we got the Major Cyclone mower is because it’s tough. We bought it for the staff to tidy up pastures and doing the topping. You can be rough with it and it’ll just push the roughness to one side and just kee ...
Tom Grant, Grant Farms, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand
We’ve got mixed soil on the 90-acre Hereford beef farm. One side of the land is fairly good, but then the other half of the farm always needs work. You need something that can take the tough work. It can’t be flimsy; ...
John ‘The Bull’ Hayes, Hereford Beef farmer & ABP-Irish Hereford Prime Ambassador, Co. ...
It’s very strong, reliable, very well built, low maintenance, and easy to use. It cost less than a used batwing, hardly has any maintenance costs, and takes a lot less fuel to power it. It’s turned out to be the perf ...
Peter Wombwell, Wombwell Farms, Saffron Walden, UK
We use the Major Cyclone for cutting game cover crops to tidy them up ahead of the autumn, and the Cyclone also does general topping duty on permanent pasture. It’s really robust, copes with multiple operators and stra ...