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Major 7.3m Swift delivering impeccable results for Cirencester Park Polo Club

The MAJOR Swift rollermower is the thoroughbred of mowers for the historic Cirencester Park Polo Club. The new 7.3m trailed model delivers an impeccable finish for groundkeeper Phil Cole and polo players alike. Within the 15,000-acre Bathurst Estate in Gloucestershire is the historic Ivy Lodge...

September 20, 2019
MAJOR Swifts Deliver Greater Efficiency and Beautiful Finish for Krinkels and UTwente

Full-services landscape and facilities contractor Krinkels use the 2.4m and 4.0m Swift Rollermowers to meet fine turf specifications at the University of Twente in Enschede, Netherlands.   The University of Twente in the Netherlands is sprawled across 160-hectares of woodland, meadows and water. Only 23...

September 19, 2019
MAJOR presents own retrofit slurry applicators at Ploughing 2019

Major Equipment (Intl) Ltd returns to the 2019 National Ploughing Championships with its biggest lineup of machinery renowned for strength, stamina and value. Taking centre stage will be its own dedicated low-emission slurry application system. The new MAJOR Dribble Bar and Trailing Shoe applicators feature...

September 5, 2019
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We changed to the Major Green Bee six years ago.

Our company is one of the largest of its kind in the UK and our land management style and approach has won us many industry accolades for doing the job right. We generally cut the short grass areas on a once-a-week basis, but the rough areas may have a trim just a couple of times a year. We used to have a system which was labour and equipment intensive because it required two passes to cut and then collect clippings. We changed to a one-pass machine six years ago, the Major Green Bee, which is a ‘one-point-six-metre’ mounted flail mower with a collector box. It’s proven to be absolutely the right choice.
Ian Humble, Contracts Manager, Out There Services (formally The Landscape Centre)