Traditional direct drive Better Agro rotary topper mowers, can tackle ‘topping’ overgrown grass, weeds, light scrub and saplings in pasture and paddock areas. Perfect for use on smallholdings with horses. Fully adjustable skids for regulating cutting height. This mower often leaves longer cuttings which settle in rows along the skids and a rougher overall finish. We recommend use on; Fields, Pasture & Paddocks.
Blades – Topper mowers have two or three blades which are attached to a blade carrier, this rotates to allow the blades to top the grass.Cutting Applications – Specialized for paddocks or areas of rough pasture, the topper tops the grass and slices through materials such as brambles avoiding tangles.
What is the difference between a flail mower or topper?
A paddock topper it will cut long grass and woody material, but it's also suitable for short grass such as lawns leaving a good finish if used regularly. A flail mower leaves the grass cuttings short which soon mulch down and provide a great natural fertiliser.
What is the difference between a topper and a finishing mower?
The advantage of a finishing mower is it cuts more cleanly giving a standard of cut similar to a lawn mower. The height on them is controlled by how high you adjust the wheels and hence it follows the contours of the ground better. They are of course more expensive than toppers.