A new 9 ft cut disc mower/conditioner with rubber rolls from NH calls for 65 HP. But if you move up to the 10 foot cut NH, minimum HP is 80. Keep in mind that these ratings are for ideal conditions (flat land, uniform crop, etc.) and running at pretty high ground speeds.
How much HP does it take to run a Discbine?
The 540-rpm drive and low horsepower requirement mean you can mow and condition your crop for fast drying with as little as 65 PTO horsepower. A straight tongue with a clevis hitch is featured on both models. These two models make a 10′ 4” cut and require only 80 PTO horsepower for operation.
Which is better drum or disc mower?
High ground speeds. A drum mower can be run at even higher speeds than a disc mower, and double the speed of a sickle bar. Low power consumption. This feature is important particularly with older utility tractors of modest horsepower.
How much does a disc mower weight?
Compare our R Series Disc Mowers
|R160||Tractor Requirement 28hp (20kW)||Weight 834lb (379kg)|
|R200||Tractor Requirement 35hp (25kW)||Weight 940lb. (427kg)|
|R240||Tractor Requirement 42hp (31kW)||Weight 1,177lb. (535kg)|
|R280||Tractor Requirement 50hp (37kW)||Weight 1,248lb. (567kg)|
What is a disc mower used for?
Disc mowers are fast and efficient at cutting hay and forage crops for harvest and are available in a wide range of cutting widths and horsepower requirements.
How much horsepower do you need to run a Haybine?
being sensible here– you need at least 50 hp + a tractor with good brakes to do the job safely. I run a 488 with a series 4 D17 Ac diesel loaded rear tires and still get pushed around some on the steep hills. Live power is a must for those times when she plugs up.
What does a Discbine do?
In fact, New Holland coined the term “Discbine,” which has become the popular name that’s loosely used to refer to any disc mower-conditioner, regardless of brand. It’s no surprise, because even in tough conditions, a genuine Discbine disc mower-conditioner swiftly turns heavy crop into fast-drying windrows or swaths.
Are Fort disc mowers any good?
I use it as a utility mower for mowing ditches, roadsides and around ponds, and for clipping pastures. I used it for hay too the first couple of years. Aside from this recent breakdown, it has been 100% reliable.
Are Bellon disc mowers any good?
Bellon disc mowers are the efficient and cost effective way to cut hay. If you’ve used sickle mowers in the past, you know how they cut hay leaving rough edges and a poorly cut field, but Bellon disc mowers use precision spinning blades and allow you to cleanly harvest your hay without leaving rough edges everywhere.
What is the biggest drum mower?
The other issue is, the biggest drum mower you can get is about 7.5 foot cut, with some as narrow as 4-5 feet. The smallest disk mower you will typically see starts at about a 7.5 foot cut, and goes up from there (though I’ve seen some “special order” disk mowers down in the 5 foot wide range).
Where are John Deere Disc mowers made?
All the Deere discbines use Deere cutterbars that they build in house, well actually they assemble them in house most of the manufacturing and machining is done in China.
How fast can you mow with a disc mower?
The advantages of a disc mower are:
If you have the horsepower, there is almost no limit to how fast you can drive through the field. Speeds of up to 15 mph or more are feasible, though very few tractors can do this safely.
Does a disc mower ride on the ground?
Junior Member. All of the disc mowers that I have used and seen, and I am assuming you’re talking mower and not mower conditioner, are designed to run with all weight except that of the hitch resting on its shoes on the ground.
Who makes long disc mowers?
KUHN, the leading innovator of disc-cutting technology, has produced over 650,000 cutterbars since introducing the disc mower over 50 years ago.