Rotary Cultivator 2000 Beet milling machine
Planting and seedbed in one go
Now starting with CHF 7’900.- / EUR 7’180.- for orders made until 20/07/2018
The Rotary Cultivator beet milling machine has proven itself for years in use. Especially in vegetable growing and tree nurseries, their use is indispensable. The rotary cultivator leaves a uniform surface with an ideal structure for sowing or planting. As additional equipment, among other things, a fertilizer and sand spreader structure available. In addition, the Kulti rotor is also available as a front attachment. This can be combined in least two operations. More information – please click here.
Summer action for all listed working widhs
✔ Rotary Cultivator 1250: CHF 7.900.- / EUR 7.180.-
✔ Rotary Cultivator 1350: CHF 8.600.- / EUR 7.820.-
✔ Rotary Cultivator 1500: CHF 9.300.- / EUR 8.455.-
✔ Rotary Cultivator 1700: CHF 9.900.- / EUR 9.000.-
✔ Rotary Cultivator1900: CHF 11.900.- / EUR 10.820.-
✔ Uniform surface with ideal structure
✔ Sturdy transmission
✔ For nurseries and vegetable growing
✔ Fine grain steel light and super sturdy
✔ Working widths in cm: 125, 135, 150, 170 and 190
✔ Up to 120 hp
Dam former to Rotary Cultivator
Ideal for dam cultures such as carrots, parsnips, parsley roots, beetroot etc.
✔ Sturdy transmission with more power
✔ Hydraulic adjustable planing mill for a perfect bed surface
✔ Ideal for sowing or planting
|Bring your beds in shape with the dam former. In just a few steps, you can convert your FOBRO Rotary Cultivator to a dam former with a pressure roller. Ideal for dam cultures such as carrots, parsnips, parsley roots, beetroot etc.
The rotors make the soil fine crumbly, ideal for well-penetrated dams that heat up quickly. The dam roller ensures stable dams with a solid surface and guarantees smooth sowing.
Since we have the better product than our competitors, we offer you a price guarantee. So if you can present a cheaper offer to our offered product, we offer our technique for the same price, less 2%.
Should our technique differ from that of the competitor, e.g. other options, material thickness of the frame, or equipment etc. so these are “extras” that the competitor does not offer or cannot supply, and therefore are not covered by the price guarantee.