Everything you need for opening up new ground to pasture or crops is available right now with the Rocks Gone Reefinator H4 Shown here with inventor Tim Pannell the Reefinator H4 will dig to a depth of 600mm (24-inches) and is equipped with a leading row of four tines and a following row of five […]
FARM FIELD DAY: Thomas Elder Institute ag tech development officer Andy Phelan and SARDI ag tech coinnovation officer Robyn Terry at the Reefinator field day held at Struan last week.
What a smashing idea! The latest H4 #Reefinator can now crush down to depths of 600mm Come and see the Rocks Gone Team at Site 249 at the #Dowerin Field Days Wed the 25th & Thursday 26th #dowerin2021 #doweringwn7machineryfielddays #dowerinfielddays #fielddays
It’s 2021 Desertification and Drought Day with a focus on turning degraded land into healthy land.
The #Reefinator can crush bedrock exposed by topsoil erosion to create new, erosion resistant soil.
#RestorationLandRecovery #DesertificationAndDroughtDay #EndLandLoss
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 […]
Tim is a former farmer who invented the #Reefinator to improve degraded soils.
Rocks Gone founder and former WA northern wheatbelt farmer, Tim Pannell, developed the Reefinator range. The Land, 29 Oct 2020 A primary ripper designed to help growers renovate difficult soils characterised by stratification, extreme hard pans, rocks or stumps is paying dividends across the nation’s agricultural areas. The Rocks Gone hydraulic Reefinator H4 was developed […]
With its new design the H4 Reefinator can pulverise harder rocks like basalt and it works to a depth of 450 mm. Paul Titus, Australian Agcontractor & Large Scale Farmer, Sept/Oct 2019 Issue 114 p. 61 Those in the know might have been wondering how Tim Pannell could possibly improve the Reefinator, while those who […]
John and Shane Rathjen with a hunk of limestone rock, one of the few of its size left in the paddock at Cambrai after being reefinated. Quinton McCallum, Stock Journal, 8 Nov 2020 A HEALTHY barley crop is standing on a previously non-arable paddock near Cambrai thanks to a bold management decision by Millendella father […]