Double win for new Razorback Residue Management System

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Debuting its green livery for the first time at LAMMA, Razorback has seen a noticeable expansion in its range over the last 12 months, including the addition of an award-winning residue management system.

Razorback’s evolution over a relatively short period has seen its family of products grow from a single reach mower to a full range of reach, rotary and flail mowing solutions.

Don’t be fooled into thinking this is a matter of quantity over quality either. The range features two award winning products including the Auto-Level reach mower series with Co-Pilot technology that received a certificate of merit in the 2018 LAMMA innovation awards for the ‘Best Product or Innovation in Technology’ and the RT 500 & Residue Harrow which landed the British manufacturer its latest accolade.

Not only did the RT 500 and Harrow combination bag the Gold medal in the LAMMA 2020 Arable Innovation Awards Category but it went on to win the Founders award for best overall innovation at the show. Recognised for its benefits in slug control and stale seedbed preparation, the duo impressed the judges for its innovative, environmental applications.

It should come as no surprise that farmer and engineer Martin Lole holds the recipe to success when it comes to designing state of the art machinery. With a background in vegetation management and establishment equipment, Razorback is built on over 100 years of combined industry knowledge shared by its experienced engineering, sales and service teams.

This heritage has stood the company in good stead to tackle todays problems including the increasing importance of good stubble management and field hygiene and the demand for high output, high reliability machines.

As the company looks to the future, Razorback is passionate about maintaining its high standard of quality and unrivalled customer support that sees its professional users get the backup they need. Alongside an eye for ingenious solutions, one thing is clear, Razorback is certainly here to stay.


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