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With Teagle Tomahawk bale processors, whether feeding or bedding simply load the bale into the drum, start the cutting rotor and set the drum to rotate.

For sales and more information on this product contact your Vincent Tractors & Plant expert

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Name: Tony Best

Job Title: Sales Person for Agricultural Machinery
(Mid & West Cornwall)

Number: 07866 310110

Email: tony.b@vincenttractors.co.uk

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Name: David Stanbury

Job Title: Sales Person for Agricultural Machinery
(West & North Devon and North Cornwall)

Number: 07970 207689

Email: david.s@vincenttractors.co.uk

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Name: Michael James

Job Title: Sales Person for Agricultural Machinery
(South Devon and SE Cornwall)

Number: 07779 722397

Email: michael.j@vincenttractors.co.uk

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Tomahawk 4040, 5050, 5050XL

Bed loose housing and feed hay and baled or clamp silage.  Tried and tested for quality and durability.

  • Tomahawk 4040 – Suitable for 1.2m (4′) diameter bales.
  • Tomahawk 5050 – Suitable for 1.5m (5′) diameter bales.
  • Tomahawk 5050XL – Suitable for 1.5m (5′) diameter bales and full size Hesston bales.

Tomahawk 404M, 5050M, 505XLM

For fast, efficient milling of straw and dry materials to a consistent chop length for poultry, cubicles, TMR and Bioenergy.

  • Tomahawk 404M – Suitable for 1.2m (4′) diameter bales.
  • Tomahawk 505M – Suitable for 1.5m (5′) diameter bales.
  • Tomahawk 505XLM – Suitable for 1.5m (5′) diameter bales and full size Hesston bales.

The 404M/505M/505XLM range is suitable for dry material only, and will not cut silage as it will block the mill sieve.

Tomahawk 500B

Mill dry materials and then distribute up to 100m via a high pressure delivery fan.  Ideal for poultry and cubicle bedding.

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