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 […]
“There’s nothing on the market to compare with this machine” Colin Taylor, Crop Gear, Aug 2020 FRUSTRATED with looking at ground that’s useless for farming because of rocks, hard pans, stumps or soil stratification? Meet the new Reefinator H4, a machine capable of transforming un-arable land into crop seedbed. Manufactured at Manjimup, in Western Australia, […]
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As a third-generation farmer from Chapman Valley WA, Rocks Gone founder and inventor Tim Pannell knew all too well the problems that rocky land poses for farmers Ben Alcott, AFDJ, 30 0ct 2020 The hydraulic Reefinator H4 can crush rock layers while it deep rips and prepares once useless ground for crop growing with access […]
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Carl Moltoni has spent the past few weeks towing his Rocks Gone Reefinator across his Yathroo property. Rachel Clarke, Farm Weekly, 26 Mar 2019 PREPARING for the 2019 season has meant crushing rocks with a Reefinator for Yathroo farmer Carl Moltoni. Having already completed the spreading of super on his pastures, the second-generation farmer is […]
Kulin farmer Brendon Savage standing in a healthy crop of wheat growing on a ridge of typical ironstone country in a paddock characterised by under-performing crops. Ken Wilson, Farm Weekly, 20 Sept 2016 THERE is a new word you can add to your farming dictionary. It’s ‘reefinate’ and I predict it will be in common […]