Other Services

We carry out all types of fencing services including post and rail, wired stock fencing, feather edge and gates of all type. It is important that field boundaries and paddocks are secure for the protection of livestock and surrounding areas. We can lay water pipes and troughs to areas where livestock need water. This can either…

Hedge Cutting

The best time to carry out hedge cutting around field boundaries is at the end of the growing season. Hedge Cutting in the spring or summertime can be detrimental to birds and wild life. However, we  normally cut Leylandii in a domestic situation around early July. We use a side arm flail mower to carry out…

Pasture Over Seeding

If your paddock is worn and damaged after a long wet winter our over seeding and rejuvenation service can bring it back to life. Muddy and worn pastures are a common occurrence after the colder months, and as a landowner, it is essential to get them back into good condition for a productive year.  …

Soil Aeration

Soil Aeration if often over looked but has an important part to play in paddock and pasture maintenance. Over a period of time livestock, horses, machinery and heavy rain during the winter tend to compact the ground. This leads to bad drainage, poor run off and creates an environment that is favourable to weeds, moss…

Pasture Rolling

Paddock Rolling is normally carried in the spring once the weather has started to dry up. Paddock Rolling is normally carried out in the spring once the weather has started to dry up. The benefits of paddock rolling or pasture rolling help to level uneven ground that has been disturbed in the winter by grazing…

Grass Harrowing

Grass Harrowing is best carried in the spring as this is when your paddocks and pasture land will really see the benefits. However, early autumn grass harrowing, together with aeration will be beneficial for the following season. Grass Harrowing is used to drag out thatch, dead grass, making way for new growth. Grass Harrowing will help to…

Pasture and Grassland Fertilising Spreading

Fertiliser spreading is an important part of maintaining your paddocks and grasslands. Fertiliser spreading promotes plant growth by replenishing minerals and salts that have been absorbed by grass and increases sward density preventing weed growth. The type of fertiliser used will depend on the livestock that the paddock or pasture supports. Horse paddocks should not be…

Paddock Topping

Paddock topping, is an extremely important part of paddock and pasture maintenance and should be carried out on a regular basis. Paddock topping removes tall tough grass that is not palatable to livestock and in particular horses. Weeds are cut before they have time to go to seed, creating a larger problem by germinating and spreading. This…