Professional pasture, field, grass and paddock maintenance services for equine properties, small holdings and large commercial areas.
Agricultural, Paddock Maintenance, Estate Management and Fencing Services
As agricultural contractors, we offer a wide variety of professional pasture, field, grass, fencing and paddock maintenance services for agricultural, equine properties, estates and small holdings.
We pride ourselves on our highly professional maintenance services and our customer care. We have many happy and satisfied customers across Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, and Cambridgeshire. Please look at or testimonials page for more information
Stock fencing is an important part of animal welfare and can be installed on most areas. Post and rail fencing is attractive and suits many equine properties.
Fertiliser spreading is normally carried out in the spring to help start the grass growing. We use Suregrow for all equine paddocks and a variety of other fertilisers for other livestock areas.
Keeping weeds at bay by spraying herbicides is important. We are fully qualified to apply all types of herbicide and are fully insured.
Over seeding is an efficient way of putting life back into tired grassed areas saving the need to completely turn the soil over and start from fresh putting pasture out of action.
Hedge cutting is carried out by a side arm flail mower but out of control high hedges are usually cut manually.
As part of our paddock maintenance services we offer paddock topping. We use a variety of mowers depending on the requirements. Topping, flail mowing and finishing mowing are the most popular.
Rolling grassed areas helps removes hoof marks, flatten out uneven areas and thicken the sward. This is usually carried out in the spring before the ground completely dries out.
Often over looked but very important. Soil aeration helps relieve compaction, increases root development and helps drainage.
Spring tine harrows are used to remove thatch, weeds and debris from pasture as well as levelling poached areas.