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Lawn Mower Windrow Attachment
"Grass baggers are a time consuming nuisance," says Harold Hlavka, of Lester Prairie, Minn., who rigged his tractor riding mower with a windrowing attachment that replaces the bagger.
"I've got a big lawn and, usually, only about a third of it produces heavy enough growth to warrant removing the clippings. To collect them, I use the attachment (made of wood) to bring several swaths together into a single, thick windrow that's easy to rake up and remove. In light grass, I simply raise the windrowing attachment so it's inoperative and out of the way," says Hlavka, who would like to compare notes with manufacturers interested in his invention.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Harold Hlavka, Rt. 1, Box 120A, Lester Prarie, Minn. 55354 (ph 612-327-2864).

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1988 - Volume #12, Issue #4