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Heavy-Duty Mower Built To Last
Don’t call about the Master Mower built by Meadowlarc Welding if you want a low-cost, rough-cut mower for your skid steer. The Master Mower is a premium mower that is built to last.
  “We bought the rights to the Master Mower and redesigned it, streamlining the look and making it stronger and more rugged,” says Scott Schulz, Meadowlarc Welding. “We even fabricate our own front swivel wheels to be sure they will stand up to the job.”
  Meadowlarc uses 1/4-in. steel plate for the deck and for the 36-in. dia., 3 1/2-in. high stump jumper. The deck for the standard 76-in. mower is about 83 in. wide and 9 in. high without the wheels.
  “One of the features our customers like about the Master Mower is its ability to pivot up to 12 degrees side to side for mowing along slopes,” says Schulz. “Of course, it also works fine tipped back to 90 degrees if desired.”
  Meadowlarc uses a heavy-duty hydraulic motor and gearbox to drive the rough-cut mower blades. Hydraulics are installed to match the skid steer, whether a low-flow or high-flow system.
  The Master Mower is priced at $8,500 and weighs in at about 1,500 lbs. for the 76-in. swath mower.
  “We also build an 86-in. mower,” says Schulz. “Of course, since we fabricate each deck in our shop, the actual width can be customized to whatever the customer wants.”
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Meadowlarc Welding, 23501 13 Rd., Montezuma, Kan. 67867 (ph 620 846-2171; meadowlarcwelding@gmail.com; www.meadowlarcwelding.com).

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2018 - Volume #42, Issue #2