Our 16 tonne K-Two Evo muck spreaders are capable of handling farm manures as well as sludge and compost efficiently whilst achieving a wide even spread pattern.
With large, dynamically balanced spreading rotors, muck can be tipped at 40mph in a wide and fine pattern upto 30 metres across the field. The 16 tonne Evo has the capacity of spreading upto 1,000 tons per day which requires our Volvo Excavator EC140 to load manures quickly and efficiently to spread such a large tonnage. Built with on board load cells, the K-Two Evo's provide load weight and spread weight calculations. From this data, we can calculate tonnage per hectare being applied which enables more accurate spread rates for your manure management plans.
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CLAAS Axion 840
The Axion 840 is very maneuverable and fitted with a front linkage it is our go to everyday tractorRead more
John Deere 6195R
A small, light,powerful and diverse all-round tractorRead more
John Deere 7310R
A large, heavy, powerful and diverse all-round tractor ideal for draft workRead more
Volvo Excavator EC140
Our Volvo Excavator is perfect for heavy-duty applications and is primarily used for the loading of compost and muck. It is also the chosen machine for habitat restoration work and drainage and ditching operationsRead more
If you are interested in the K-Two Evo Muck Spreader why not give us a call on 01869 338307 or send us an enquiry.
"I was sceptical about the Drain Jetter but after a day’s work with RC Baker Ltd the outlets haven’t stopped running water for the last 12 months. Fitting the tracker to the nozzle and being able to assist us in mapping the older plastic and clay drain routes whilst simultaneously flushing the pipes through was a great advantage. The varying heads that assists in cutting through tree roots was impressive which in turn has saved us time and money. I will definitely be asking them back to clean more drains around the farm."