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Mulcher FHG270

These have proven themselves to be hugely capable machines on kiwifruit and avocado orchards for annual pruning’s, shelter belt trimmings and under vine mowing as well as dairy farms for controlling high volume weeds eg. gorse Californian and scotch thistle, topping of grasses and debris clean up. With its hydraulically controlled rear door, you can instantly change from a flail mower with instant discharge for high volume situations like paspalum and kaikuia mowing at speed to mulching with the door closed stopping any discharge over the roller to ensure only a fine mulch is left.
  • FHG


  • 90, 100, 120, 150

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Aiemery Heavy Duty Mulcher FHG270

The Aiemery mulcher FHG270 is a highly capable machine used for pruning kiwifruit and avocado orchards, trimming shelter belts, mowing under vines, and controlling high volume weeds like gorse, Californian and Scotch thistle on dairy farms. It is also used for topping grasses and cleaning up debris. The mulcher has a hydraulically controlled rear door that allows you to switch instantly from a mulcher with instant discharge for high volume situations like mowing paspalum and kaikuia at high speeds, to mulching with the door closed to prevent any discharge over the roller, ensuring only a fine mulch is left.

Specification sheet for Mulcher FHG270

Model  Tractor HP Working width RPM/min
Weight/kg Belt Number
FHG270 90-150
540/1000 30
980 5

Features for Mulcher FHG270

Cutting Width: 2690mm

Total Width: 2980mm

Tractor HP: 90+

Weight: 980 kg

Hammer flails: x 30

Hydraulic side shift

Both on Front or Rear side

Scraper on rear roller

Double layer deck

A truly Heavy Duty European Designed Machine

What is a Mulcher?

A mulcher is a device or machine that is used to grind or shred various materials into smaller particles or pieces. It is commonly utilized in gardening and landscaping to convert yard waste, such as branches, leaves, and grass, into mulch, which can be used as a ground cover to preserve moisture and inhibit weed growth or as fertilizer.

Mulchers are available in different sizes and types, ranging from handheld electric or gas-powered models to large, heavy-duty machines used in forestry and land clearing operations. Some mulchers can also process other materials, including construction waste, organic waste, and wood.

What is a mulcher good for?

A mulcher is a machine designed to shred and chop up organic material such as leaves, branches, and grass into smaller pieces. These smaller pieces are then spread over the ground, which can provide a number of benefits.

One common use of a mulcher is for yard and garden maintenance. By using a mulcher to chop up fallen leaves and branches, the resulting mulch can be used as a natural fertilizer for plants. Mulch helps to retain moisture in the soil, which can reduce the amount of watering needed and prevent the soil from drying out.

Mulchers can also be used for land management, such as in forestry or agriculture. By mulching up debris from trees and crops, the resulting mulch can be used to help prevent erosion and improve soil health.

In addition to these benefits, mulchers can also be useful for reducing the volume of organic waste. By chopping up yard waste into smaller pieces, it takes up less space in landfills and can be more easily transported and disposed of.

Tips for Using a Mulcher Effectively

While using a mulcher can be an effective way to improve your yard or garden, it is important to follow some tips to use it safely and effectively. Here are some tips to keep in mind when using a mulcher:

Choose the Right Mulcher

Before using a mulcher, it is important to choose the right type of mulcher for your needs. Consider the size of your yard or garden, the type of organic material you will be shredding, and your budget when selecting a mulcher.

Prepare Your Yard or Garden

Before using a mulcher, it is important to prepare your yard or garden by removing any rocks, sticks, or other debris that could damage the machine. You should also clear the area around the mulcher to ensure that there is plenty of room to work.

Use Safety Gear

When using a mulcher, it is important to wear the appropriate safety gear, including eye and ear protection, gloves, and sturdy shoes. You should also avoid wearing loose clothing that could get caught in the machine.

Start Slowly

When using a mulcher for the first time, it is important to start slowly and carefully. Begin by shredding small amounts of organic material and gradually increase the amount as you become more comfortable using the machine.

Feed the Mulcher Correctly

To use a mulcher effectively, it is important to feed the organic material into the machine at a steady rate. Avoid overloading the machine, as this can cause it to clog or stall.

Use the Mulch Appropriately

After using a mulcher, it is important to use the mulch appropriately. Spread it evenly over the soil to a depth of 2-3 inches to retain moisture and control weed growth.


Is mulching better than composting?

Both mulching and composting have their own benefits. Mulching is ideal for suppressing weed growth and retaining moisture in the soil, while composting is ideal for creating nutrient-rich soil for plants.

Can you use any organic material for mulch?

You can use a variety of organic materials for mulch, including leaves, grass clippings, straw, and wood chips.

Can I use a mulcher to shred food waste?

No, a mulcher is designed to shred organic material like leaves, twigs, and grass. Shredding food waste requires a different type of machine.