Topping is essential to maintain grass at an optimum grazing height of 5-7 centimetres during the growing season (roughly the tip of your wellington boot).
It removes the tall, tough grass, which livestock, especially horses tend to leave and prevents weeds from going to seed. This in turn, helps to encourage new fresh grass to spread and increases the sward density.
Using a powerful compact tractor I am able to access fields through narrow gateways and tidy up areas which are usually difficult to access.
Turf tyres and four wheel drive allow me to operate effectively.
Where you would like to collect the grass and other vegetation I offer a flail collector mower with high tip capability.
Additional strimming can be provided to inaccessible areas to complete a tidy job.