New rotary cutter aims for easy tractor connectivity


Woods Equipment has been around since the 1940s and was one of the first companies to produce tractor-mounted rotary cutters.

The BrushBull rotary cutter has been around for quite some time as well, with many improved iterations since the original.

The latest model made its debut at the National Farm Machinery Show at Louisville, Kentucky, and Woods Equipment’s Anthony Welte was there to highlight some of the specs of the implement.

One of the first things people worry about is the ability to easily connect to the tractor. Welte says they’ve addressed this three ways. “The first one is we have a little drive-line holder on our unit that just lifts it up a little bit so that the customer doesn’t have to hold it and telescope it over to the tractor PTO,” he says. There is a little bit more room for the customer to work between the tractor and the implement, and it’s quick-hitch ready right out of the box.

With ten different product models, three duty classes, and four different cutting widths, the BrushBull has a wide range of prices. It can be used for pasture cutting of any sort, waterways, and ground that needs to be maintained a couple of times a year.

Check out the full interview with Anthony Welte and RealAgriculture’s Kara Oosterhuis, below:

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