Australia’s leading tandem offset disc manufacture, Grizzly Engineering continues to upgrade models to ensure its customers are getting what they require.
The wholly Australian owned and operated family company is known for its continual investment in research and development.
They aim to keep meeting requirements by listening and working with farmers to ensure the best possible cultivation equipment is available.
Grizzly’s highest selling and most recognised model, the Field Boss, has been in the Grizzly range since 1999.
According to a Grizzly spokesperson, it has been the sort after offset heavy duty cultivator from six to 12 metres wide ever since its release.
“The simplicity and robustness of the folding wing design means the Field Boss performs incredibly well,” the spokesperson said.
“It works well in such varied conditions including dry land, irrigation, flat or undulating, hard or soft.
“The Field Boss gives optimal cultivation when you need it.” they said.
After listening to customers request for an increase in weight to the Field Boss, Grizzly has answered the call.
There is now an option for folding wing Field Boss machines to have a 12.5mm (up from the standard 9mm) frame on both the wings and the centre frame.
This adds approximately 1000kg of weight to the machine as well as a huge increase in it’s strength.
There have been various other upgrades made to the machine including improved pivots, wheel legs, pitch control and articulated pull tongues.
The Grizzly Engineering Tiny continues to gain in popularity due to key features which make for such a user friendly design, as well as it weight and strength to tackle the toughest cultivation requirements on farm or in a contracting program.
This range continues to grow with ever more options and sizes to suit particular requirements.
Tiny covers four key model sizes for various applications.
The TNY230 is primarily for general cultivation in farming country.
The TINY290 is designed for reclaiming country when suckers and rough country need to be worked out,
The TINY390 can be used in both sucker and rough country to get maximum depth of working as well as deep working in sand where clay needs to be mixed with non-wetting sands.
Then there is the TINY460 which is the biggest and heaviest of them all.
It has 42 inch discs and can be utilised for deep working in sandy or timbered country.
Grizzly staff or dealers can help with any questions or queries with the Tiny range.
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