Capital Tractors is able to offer a range of Farmgard products including; Berti mulchers and mowers, Rotary Hoes, Rakes, Tedders and Blades.Call our Sales department today to discuss.
BERTI MULCHERS ARE CURRENTLY THE MOST POPULAR SELLING MULCHER FOR ORCHARDS, VINEYARDS AND PARKS/RESERVES. THEY ARE KNOWN FOR THEIR HEAVY, DURABLE BUILD AND ARE USED BY SOME OF THE LARGEST GROWERS IN THE COUNTRY.
“I’ve had a few brands over the last 14 years that we’ve used; probably what I find with the Berti’s is that generally they are reliable and sturdy. They just seem to do a finer job on bigger prunings, and what I like about it is the big wide lugs that they have on the rotors. When you equivilate the amount of acreage they’ve got to go through, we’ve got to be very reliant on the machine not breaking down. They actually provide us with very minimal down time.” – ORCHARDIST
Being New Zealand’s sole importer and distributor of BERTI Mulchers for close to twenty years, Farmgard has developed a close working relationship with BERTI to provide the highest level of service to New Zealand contractors and farmers.Farmgard is a family business recognised for its delivery of a full after sales service and complete spare parts back up. Farmgard guarantees overnight delivery on all parts from our warehouse, to keep your downtime to a minimum.With the Berti Mulcher range being a champion performer in New Zealand farming conditions for nearly 20 years, Berti has bred loyalty from farmers and contractors who have put this sturdy gobbler to the test.
Call Capital Tractors today to discuss which Berti mulcher is right for you and how they can be of benefit to your business.Click here to visit the Farmgard website
OVER 30 YEARS DOWN THE TRACK, FARMGARD GRADER BLADES ARE STILL LEADING THE PACK. WITH OVER 85% OF THE TOTAL BLADE BEARING DOWN ON THE CUTTING EDGE, THE FARMGARD GRADER BLADE HAS SUPERIOR ‘BITE-IN’ ABILITY. FARMGARD GRADER BLADES ARE ENGINEERED TO LAST A LIFETIME IN HARSH NEW ZEALAND CONDITIONS.
“It hasn’t broken down or anything like that. I would put it down as a pretty rugged sort of a machine. We’re very happy with the performance.” – McKENZIE COUNTRY STATION OWNER