Teagle inter-row mower copes with awkward farm places

Teagle Machinery is launching an unusual new mower at Grassland UK at the Bath and West Showground on 7 May.

Called the Handy Inter-Row Mower, it is primarily aimed at grassland farmers, those with vineyards and orchards and people who need to cut under solar panels, around trees and along fence-posts.

It’s robustly made, says the company, and four cutting heads give a clean cutting performance with longevity and reliability.

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It’s available in five cutting widths from 2m to 3.6m and the mower consists of a main mower deck with three cutting heads, each with two heavy-duty flails.

It also has an integral fourth articulated inter-row cutting head (with two heavy-duty flails), hydraulically positioned to mow around posts and trees.

Hydraulic side-shift is standard on all models, enabling the machine to be offset to the right-hand side for good access and ease of operation.

The three-point linkage machine is suitable for tractors from 40-100hp and the mowing height can be adjusted on the front and rear rollers to prevent scalping. 

A polybelt drive system gives both drive-line protection and efficient transmission of power to the heavy-duty blades, says the company, and there’s easy access to all grease points.

Prices start from £6,995.

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