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1)  SPLENDIMO DISC MOWERS  2)  SPLENDIMO MOWER-CONDITIONERS  3)  LOTUS TEDDERS  4)  HIBISCUS CAM RAKES

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1) SLENDIMO DISC MOWERS


Splendimo stands for a very comprehensive range of disc mowers with the unique Lely modular cutter bar concept. A wide selection of mowers is available in working widths from 1.65 up to 3.60 m. Obviously, these mowers can be combined perfectly. The largest Lely Splendimo Triplo mower combination has a width of 9.00 m. Splendimo mowers can be supplied with two directions of rotation (N or S) with or without conditioner, trailed or rear mounted, as a front mower or for road side operations.

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2) SPLENDIMO MOWER-CONDITIONERS


From a long-standing experience in automatic milking, Lely is very much aware of the importance of making quality silage. Lely has developed a new generation of conditioners to achieve the optimum dry matter content as quickly and effectively as possible, with minimum power requirements.
SPLENDIMO 900MC
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LOTUS TEDDERS

3) LOTUS TEDDERS

For all kinds of crops, the Lotus rotary tedder with its double hook-shaped tines and rugged build provides the very best in machinery for tedding! Lotus tedders guarantee an unrivalled output.

Highly effective tedding operations

A short drying period is crucial to forage quality as well as for grass re-growth. In addition, the risk of bad weather is always imminent. A quick and effective tedding operation is therefore essential. Good tedding boils down to effective turning of the crop as well as a very airy 'lay' of the crop. Wind is more important for drying than sunlight . In other words: airy and 'rough' tedding with plenty of air exposure will lead to much quicker drying than a tedding operation resulting in a flat pattern.

Maintaining the nutritional value

In tedding there are two major causes for loss of nutritional value: loss of crop and contamination. Loss of crop occurs when the forage is being damaged by tines that are rotating too quickly. With a view to avoiding loss of crop, it is essential that the tedder is operated at the lowest possible rotor rpm rate. Contamination (a high soil content) is eliminated by the correct working height adjustment, but even more importantly by combining flexible tines with unrestricted ground contour following.

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4) HIBISCUS CAM RAKES

In 2002 Lely took a fresh look at the development of rakes and from that time a large number of models have been designed, now forming a comprehensive range of rakes. This fresh set-up has led to some inspiring views on cam rakes and has yielded some surprising results.

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