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Are you planning on planting beans, breaking new ground, or maybe have a hay field that needs those pesky rocks and mole hills flattened? Whether your goal is to flatten the land or smooth it out, the Mandako Land Roller is the right tool for the job!
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2014 - 45' Mandako Land Roller
Easy to Transport Wherever You Need It
The following information is from the Mandako website:
Mandako - The heaviest production land roller on the market.
Easy to use in the field and easy to transport on the road.
Working width - 45'
Transport width: 12.5'
Reduce Repairs - Prevent swather and combine wear/breakage by incorporating the Land Roller into your equipment maintenance program.
An expensive and time-consuming combine repair can be avoided by simply pushing the rocks into the ground with the Land Roller and therefore keeping the rocks out of the combine
Avoid sickle bar knives and guards from breaking, achieving equipment longitivtiy by keeping them from running in the dirt
Increase Crop Yields
Pulse crop growers consistently find an increase of 1-2 bushel increase in yield on rolled fields.
Reach the lower pods on the plant with the ability to cut lower, with less dirt in the hopper
Rolling lodged fields ease harvesting due to less left on the ground
Increase Seed Germination
Farmers are reporting a 10-15% increase in seed germination in dry years.
Rolling increases the seed to soil contact and also seals in the moisture
Faster Decomposition of Corn Stalks
Rolling corn stalks after harvest crushes the stalks, enabling them to decompose faster and leaving the field in better condition to seed into.
Vigorous Alfalfa Regrowth
Rolling alfalfa fields with 3-5" growth bends the stalks causing a more vigorous regrowth and more pounds per acre.
More than a Rock Roller
The land roller has become so much more than a rock roller in pulse crops.
Effective in no till, minimum till or conventional till situations
Usage for pulses, canole, grain, corn and forages
Versatile for most soil types
Roll the fields before seeding to leave an even seed bed and better depth control with an air seeder
Level rodent mounds and push rocks into the ground for hay and forage land