Channels Estate invests in batwing rotary cutter

Published:  15 April, 2019

Through local dealer, R C Boreham, the Channels Estate, Chelmsford, Essex, has taken delivery of its first Woods BW12 batwing rotary cutter.

Estate Manager Ray Clark commented: ‘We had been cutting with gang mowers but when our remit changed we needed a multi-purpose machine for maintaining both fairly flat areas and set-aside. We have found the Woods BW12 batwing to be the ideal model for us. It is solid, well made and delivers excellent cut quality and distribution of cut material, all at the right price. Easy transport and hook-up reduce preparation time when we change from one cutting area to another. We would definitely go for Woods again.’

Simon Richard, UK Agent for the Woods rotary cutter range, feels local authorities and a range of other users can benefit from adding the new Woods BW12 Batwing rotary mower to their fleet. He commented: ‘Requiring only 35hp at the pto it is ideal for working with compact tractors. A cut capability of up to 10 acres in just 45 minutes makes it the solution for large parkland and golf course maintenance. The BW12 has the Woods legendary precise and easily adjusted cut height and quality and there is a six-year gearbox warranty, including seals.’

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