New Product : TELEHAWK
Forward Thinking delivers Flexible Spreading
- Designed specifically for Telehandlers
- Gently tease the bale apart and then spread
- Round and Rectangular straw bales
- Access all areas with the swivel chute
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Clearing the way for Eden
The BRE National Solar Centre will relocate its offices and create its first solar test site at the Eden Project in St Austell.
In preperation for the forthcoming move, Teagle Machinery offered to clear the area for the test solar panels of rhododendrons, grass, reeds and brambles.
Teagle have just commissioned a 50kW solar panel array which has been installed on our new 1250m2 production hall, constructed to manufacture our Titan range of Muckspreaders. ... more
Teagle Machinery is a manufacturer and distributor of quality Agricultural Machinery. We are a family business based in Cornwall employing around 140 people, with our products serving livestock and arable farmers, both in Britain and over 35 countries worldwide to which we regularly ship machinery.
Teagle ensure that we remain market leaders by offering innovative and reliable products that work hard day-in day-out.
Our products include the Tomahawk feeder bedder, Titan rear discharge muck spreaders, a comprehensive range of Fertiliser Spreaders, the Super-ted swath conditioner, and a range of grasscare equipment from Finishing and Roller Mowers to Pasture Toppers and Flail Mulchers. Teagle also offer quality arable equipment including the Polymat pneumatic drill, disc and tine cultivators from the Multidisc and Vario ranges and the Roterra power harrow.
British Built for farmers Worldwide. All of our products are tried and tested in the toughest conditions to ensure a long and trouble free service life.
Teagle offer outstanding service network from the point of enquiry to service and spare parts backup through our comprehensive dealer network. Over 95% of spare parts are dispatched the same day that they are ordered.
"Straw consumption fell from 22 to just 9 bales a week in winter thanks to the shredding and spreading action of the Tomahawk."