We are looking to start on the south coast near Green Range, contact Geoff on 0427 636 039 to book it in.
Santa’s elves are working hard building #Reefinators We will be closed from the 24 Dec 2020 to 3 Jan 2021 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
See the last H4 Reefinator Demo of 2020 this Thursday 2pm near the intersection of the Nangetty-Walkaway Rd & Kiely Rd
Cutting-edge tools and adapted standard soil analysis protocols are being used to learn more about nutrient use efficiency of ironstone gravel soils to better inform their management. https://groundcover.grdc.com.au/agronomy/soil-and-nutrition/probe-into-ironstone-gravel-soils
See a #Reefinator create 1000’s of years worth of #soil out of degraded rocky land in minutes at one of our demo days starting this Thursday up at Binnu. #WorldSoilDay #WorldSoilDay2020 #RocksGone #H4Reefinator The H4 Reefinator is capable of renovating land where the topsoil has been eroded away exposing the bedrock. The Reefinator crushes and […]
If you would like to see the #H4Reefinator for yourself like John Scotteny, give us a call on 08 9288 2993 or send us a message, we are looking for post-harvest demo sites!
Rocks Gone founder Tim Pannell with the new Reefinator H4. Credit: Angie Roe Cally Dupe, Countryman, 23 Aug 2019 Four years after releasing his groundbreaking product the Reefinator, Rocks Gone owner Tim Pannell is readying to release an upgraded version. The WA company launched its first rock-crushing machine to free up crop and pasture potential […]
Rocks Gone founder Tim Pannell (right) and Ballidu farmer Phil Mincherton stand with a Reefinator. Credit: Lauren Calvin Cally Dupe, The West Australian, 9 Nov 2017 The burgeoning company behind the rock-crushing Reefinator machine has won the growth category of the WA Innovator of the Year Awards. Rocks Gone, founded by former Chapman Valley farmer Tim Pannell, […]
THE Reefinator is a ripper, in both senses of the word. It’s a machine that rips through rocky reefs and transforms them into arable soil and is turning previously unusable land into cropping gold.
Tim Pannell’s business is a family affair, with his daughters Joanne and Amy chipping in. Credit: Picture: Sharon Smith Cally Dupe, Countryman, 8 Feb 2017 There is not much Tim Pannell does not know about crushing rocks. The former Chapman Valley farmer has built his success on the need to adapt farming equipment to handle hard, lateritic […]