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  • Logic MFP120 Flail Mower Range
  • Logic MFP120 Flail Mower Range

Logic MFP120 Flail Mower Range

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  • Logic Flail Mowers are ideal for tougher mowing/topping tasks. Used behind and ATV, they have the ability to cut grass or other vegetation with low ground pressure, preventing wheel ruts in soft ground and minimising damage through gateways etc.

    It's recommended that grass length in your paddock should ideally be kept to about 5cm in the growing season and about 2cm in the winter. This will provide good grazing during the summer and will provide protection for the paddock surface in the winter when conditions are less good. This topper performs superbly and the grass is evenly distributed across the whole width of the cut. The Logic MFP has features designed to address a number of topping issues.

    Standard Features

    • For heavy-duty/tougher topping tasks
    • 1.05 m, 1.2m and 1.5m cutting widths available
    • 16hp Briggs & Stratton 'V' twin engine or 13hp Honda engine
    • Emergency engine 'kill-switch'
    • Easy height adjustment
    • Quick off-set draw bar
    • Anti-scalping roller
    • Wheels alongside for easy towing/balance
    • Wheels behind variant available: allows closer cutting to walls/fences. (NB This option significantly increases weight on draw bar so please ensure towing vehicle is suitable).
    • Trail behind any suitable vehicle

    What does this do?

    Like the Logic rotary mower, the ATV flail mower range is ideal for maintaining the optimum height of grass in paddocks to suit your requirements. Regular topping of paddocks during the growing season will provide good grazing during the summer months as well as protection for the paddock surface during the winter. Topping also helps stop any weeds developing.

    The flail mower really comes into its own when there are further requirements such as mowing on uneven ground eg.verges and banks or mowing on rough ground eg. woodland paths/rides (the Forestry Commission being one of our many customers). 

    In general terms you should consider a flail mower if you require the versatility for different cutting conditions, whereas a rotary mower may be the preferred choice if you only have areas of easier cutting. To help you decide whether to go for a flail mower or a rotary mower please refer to the TRM120 page and view the videos available on the website, particularly the "Mower Choice" video.

    If you require a mower which will handle heavy duty mowing on rough ground, please see the MFT Scrub Buster range.

    Why do I need one?

    Grass grows quickly given the right conditions but if it gets too lush there could be a risk of laminitis in some horses or ponies. On a purely practical level, keeping the grass to the recommended length provides good grazing for your horse and also makes the removal of droppings much easier. It’s definitely a case of ‘little and often’ and paddock topping and muck removal go hand in hand when it comes to good paddock management.

    Where do I use it?

    Paddocks or any grassed area. Ideal for general "tidying up" of any rough ground.

    How does it work?

    The MFP has its own on-board engine which drives a substantial shaft running across the width of the machine. Attached to this shaft are lugs which accept the flails (forged, sharpened blades on shackles). The flails roatate at over 3000rpm making short work of any soft vegetation that gets in their path (even small bushes!). The cut grass is made airborne by the rotation of the shaft, ensuring it is evenly distributed along the width of the cut. It is then deposited onto the ground to form an even layer.

    If a flail hits an object such as a tree stump or rock the flails deflect off the object on impact whilst the anti-scalping roller immediately rolls over the object lifting the mower over it, minimising the potential for damage.The flails are very robust and can stand up to a surprising amount. However, they should be regularly checked to ensure they are sharp, undamaged and working efficiently. Damaged or missing flails should be replaced as soon as possible to keep the shaft in balance.

  • For more information on delivery, measurements and more, visit our FAQ page.
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