Kodiak cutters for fall

Aug 20, 2019


It won’t be long until fall is here, and with the changing season many farmers will take advantage of the opportunity to perform cleanup work around the farm.
 
Whether those efforts involve general property maintenance, clipping pasture, extreme brush cutting, or cleaning fields in preparation for harvest, Co-op proudly offers a variety of rugged, durable Kodiak rotary cutters built for years of dependable operation.
 
Tennessee-made Kodiak cutters are available in widths ranging from 4 feet to 15 feet for light, heavy duty, or super heavy-duty work. Each cutter comes with a 5-year limited warranty on the gearbox and one year on the seals. All cutter decks are primed first, then coated with quality high-gloss paint and feature durable channel sidewalls.
 
All Kodiak cutters have a 7-gauge (3/16”) deck height and either a shear bolt or slip clutch PTO. These cutters can also be accessorized with a box scraper and grader blades to help with other clean-up jobs.
 
For help with selecting the right Kodiak cutter for your operation, visit the friendly professionals at your local Co-op.
 
 
 

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