Even if you were not in one of the affected areas, recent flooding highlights the importance of effective water course maintenance and actual land drainage. A visit to Mastenbroek’s stand (B62) at Lamma can provide the answers.
Besides manufacturing the market leading Mastenbroek land drainage trenchers, the company also
Everyone wants a good mowing result, but also wants an outline of the costs. With its fifth generation ‘MR’ mowing buckets, Herder proves you can have both. At Lamma you can see the latest MRL model, a lighter mowing bucket model ideal for the Herder Grenadier and medium-sized excavators. Starting at 2m wide it’s perfect for landowners with watercourses. The design ensures effective mowing while protecting the bank’s profile, essential for long term stability.
When grants for on farm drainage were suspended in 1984 farmers largely lost interest and their spending dried up to the affect that replacement schemes skipped a generation. Thirty years on, clay land drains are failing and farmers want their increasingly wet areas back into productive cultivation.”
Whilst land drainage has always required grade control, GPS on the Mastenbroek trenchers have revolutionised the practice, saving the operator time and giving him the confidence that all work is to a preset optimised standard.
Mastenbroek also supply silt pushers for dredging accumulated silt from water courses and jetting systems for drains and culverts.
For further information contact the sales office on 01205 311313 or visit mastenbroek.com