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

Major Disc Mower
Major Disc Mower

Disc Mower

The MAJOR Disc Mower has been designed to ensure you get a professional quality, clean cut every time. This machine allows a single operator to mount the mower
onto the tractor quickly and easily without assistance.

The heavy duty headstock and frame are designed for extra strength while the machine is working and during transport. The cutting bar is produced by Comer and is fully serviceable from the top. Spare parts are readily available.

A grass board is included as standard. There is a spring loaded pulley tensioner to give consistent tautness and reduce wear and tear on the belts. The galvanised folding canopy allows easy access to the machine to perform routine maintenance.

  • 4mm heavy duty blades,
  • Heavy duty PTO shaft with overrun
  • Easyfit topping skids
  • Parallel linkage on the
  • MAJOR disc mower gives the bed a flatlift when mowing on headlands.

 

Description

Specifications

Model MJ50-240 MJ50-270 ProMow
Overall Width 4.4m 4.8m
Working Width 2.42m (8’) 2.9m (9’)
Transport Width 1.8m 1.8m
Power (HP) 40 – 90 50 – 100
PTO rpm 540 540
Cutting Height 55mm 55mm
Blades 12 (6 rotors) 14 (7 rotors)
Weight 560 kg 600 kg
Blade tip speed 4670 m/min 4670 m/min
Mowing Rates (Acres/hr at 7mph) 6.75 acres/hr 8 acres/hr

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Testimonials


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, suggested we try a Major Cyclone Mower. The mower was brought over on demonstration and once we saw it working we asked Hamilton Brothers to leave it with us. A flail mower in an equivalent working width would require far more power than we're putting into the Cyclone so there is a fair fuel saving there. It's just a very strong, reliable and cost effective mower. If we had bought a flail mower and seen this after we'd have been annoyed!

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 keep cutting.

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; it has to be able to take a bit of punishment. The sheet metal is folded forward and the hot-dip galvanising makes the Major Cyclone real strong and robust – this machine is going to last! The Cyclone does a good job on the heavier stuff that you need to clean off. On the other paddocks where cows have grazed, the Cyclone can get in and fly along on higher forward speed and just clean the rest like standard topping. So we can do both jobs on one machine.

John ‘The Bull’ Hayes, Hereford Beef farmer & ABP-Irish Hereford Prime Ambassador, Co. Limerick, Ireland