The Challenge Bull earthmoving blade is available in two widths and with a variety of configurations. All blades are formed from high grade steel and have a pressed mouldboard and are fitted with a replaceable bolt-on reversible cutting edge. Optional depth skids are also available.
The standard Bull Blade has the attaching lugs welded directly to the rear of the blade ready to couple to the front end loader.
When fitted with root rakes, the Bull Blade can be inverted through an adaptor on the rear of the blade. This will position the rake tines towards the ground, allowing ripping and removal of small tree and shrub roots from beneath the ground surface. Alternatively, when pushing up debris, the tines allow topsoil to be left behind.
The Bull Blade can also be set up with a manual angle adjustment and a manual tilt adjustment. These are set through brackets supplied and attached to the back of the blade, allowing the operator to change from a standard configuration to either or both angle and tilt options.
The Bull Blade can also be set up with a manual angle adjustment and a hydraulic tilt adjustment. The manual angle is set using the bracket supplied and attached to the back of the blade. Tilt is controlled through a hydraulic third service which the operator can control during use.
Valley Ag and Tractors | Farm Machinery & Tractors
KP & DC Machinery is the head office and is located at Rutherford on the New England Highway. As with all the branches, it is owned and operated by Kevin Peters. Kevin first started trading in 1982 and since then KP & DC has grown and developed to become an extremely well known business within the Hunter and surrounding regions. We supply all brands of tractors and farm machinery to maitland and the Hunter Valley.
Valley Ag & Tractors originally opened in Mary Street Singleton in 1990 and expanded to Raymond Terrace in 1995. The Singleton branch relocated to the head office in 2006. Valley Ag at "The Terrace" recently moved to bigger and better premises at 13 Port Stephens St Raymond Terrace.
Barberie Machinery has been in operation since 1975, originally owned by Ian Barberie. Kevin purchased the business from Ian approx 8 years ago.
Rod Bunyan, who completed his apprentiship with Ian Barberie, now manages the business. The branch is located at 122 Manning River Drive, Taree South.
Mudgee Machinery Centre (formally Thomas’ Garage) originally started out in the 1950’s selling motorcars. In the early 1970’s the business moved into the tractor scene as well as still selling cars. In 1995, the direction changed again and the business moved forward to becoming solely agricultural. Kevin purchased the business in 2000. Today, the son of the previous owners, Tony Armstrong, manages the business.The business is located at 27 Sydney Rd, Mudgee.