Maxam mowers are multipurpose mowers designed to do all the mowing and topping on your farm. A Maxam has the mowing capabilities of a disc mower, the convenience of a topper, and the spreading capabilities of a tedder. Thousands of farms in New Zealand have improved their pastures through the use of a Maxam mower. The clean cut close to the ground eliminates thatch build up, and the spread cut toppings which decompose quickly. As traditional toppers cannot mow close enough to the ground without scalping, the Maxam made an amazing difference to the grass quality. There are obvious advantages in owning one mower that can handle all the farm mowing tasks, rather than owning a mower, a topper and perhaps a tedder.
The Maxam 2500IV in the photo above shows how the area which is run over by the tractor wheel. The patented design of the Maxam range picks up the run over grass, cutting it clean. The red Wilter tynes pick the grass up off the rotors after it is cut and spreads it out to dry.
This clean cut, condition and spread of the grass is what makes the Maxam so different to all other mowers and toppers.