Win a QUAD-X Wildcut Mower
Farmers Guardian has teamed up with Quad-X to offer all FG readers the opportunity of winning a Wildcut Mower - one of the most capable ATV rotary mowers on the market!
Valued at £3241, it can deal with anything from topping paddocks to extremely overgrown areas. The Wildcut Mower is made here in the UK, is powered by a Briggs and Stratton engine generating 17.5hp, and comes with large 20-7x8 wheels, a momentum dynamo and a large fuel tank.
Entry to this competition has now closed.
Closing date for entries: May 27, 2010
The Quad-X Wildcut mower range, with their proven design and bullet-proof reputation, can deal with anything from topping paddocks to extremely overgrown areas.
Equipped with hardened swinging blades which produce impeccable performance for topping, the Quad-X heavy and extreme-duty Wildcut Mowers give remarkable results in the densest of vegetation with quicker work rates than a flail mower.
Designed to achieve over double the RPM of a tractor topper, the Quad-X Wildcut Mowers are among the most capable ATV rotary mowers available on the market today.
Visit www.quad-x.com to see over 100 Quad-X products available for your ATV and to view video footage of machines in action.
- The prize draw is open to residents (age 18yrs or over) of the UK only, with the exception of ‘employees’ or ‘relatives of employees’ of UBM Information Ltd and Quad-X.
- Inclusion in the Prize Draw is subject to online registration or coupon entry at Beef Expo 2010.
- Entry to the draw will close May 27, 2010
- Entries via agents, third parties are invalid.
- The winner will be picked randomly in an independently supervised draw from all the eligible forms and will be notified by the 30th June 2010.
- The winners may be required to participate in publicity arising from the award of the prize.
- The prize will be dispatched direct from the manufacturer.
- The decision of the promoter is final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into. The winners’ names will be available on request. Entry to this competition implies acceptance of these rules.