Better Agro has a variety of flail mowers.Such as EFD,EFN,EFS,EFG,EFGS,EFGSH,AGDL and AGVL series.
Our 3-point flail mower is the perfect companion for your compact tractor.
Add extra functionality to your tractor with auxiliary hydraulics.
Better Agro flail Mower Hammer Blade Complete Set, Inc-(18) H-Blades, M14x70 Bolts, Nuts)
A flail mower is a type of compact tractor/agricultural equipment, which is used to deal with heavier grass/scrub which a normal lawn mower could not cope with. Some smaller models are self-powered, but most of them are PTO driven implements, which can attach to the three-point hitches found on the rear of most compact tractors.
Whether you are looking to maintain your pasture, shred stalks or mow along Roadsides, parks and school grounds, our long line of flail mower is ready to meet your needs.
What is a flail mower good for?
The type of mower is used to provide a rough cut to long grass and brambles, where contact with loose debris may be possible such as roadsides. The flail mower gets its name from the use of flails attached to its rotating horizontal drum (also called tube, rotor, or axle).
Is a flail mower better than a rotary mower?
Flail vs Rotary Mower: The Cut Rotary mowers, with their heavy, high-powered hammer blades or heavy Y blades, are particularly good at clearing brush, grass, and trees that may be overgrown. ... Flail mowers can be effective at cutting brush though they can take significantly longer to catch and mulch the brush.
Can a flail mower cut small trees?
The Better Agro Flail Mower
The flail blades will fall away from hard objects. Since there are 38 of them doing the work, they will mulch your tall grass, brush and weeds. ... The Better Agro Flail mower makes it easier for you to mow underneath trees., and it gives you a great mulching cut.
How much horsepower does it take to run a flail mower?
Most PTO tractor mounted flail mowers require min 18-60 HP depending on the size of the mower. Another consideration is the desired width of the mower, which can range between 47” on smaller mowers to 83” wide on the larger mowers.