Tedders

Tedding is an important stage in the forage harvesting process because it speeds up drying. Tedding aims to preserve the energy value of the forage and limit any weather risk. KUHN tedders are designed to ensure the best forage distribution in all situations, quickly and evenly. With working widths from 4.20 m to 17.80 m, there is a KUHN tedder to suit your needs.
Some models are not available in all countries. Please always check with your local dealer.

GF 102

Available in four working widths (4.22 m to 6.40 m), these machines are ideal for smaller scale operations - simple and effective.

GF 1002

Available in five working widths (5.20 m to 7.80 m) these machines are ideal for meduim scale operations - reliable and compact tedders for total safety on the road.

GF 8700

The new GF 8700 tedder, with its 8.70 m working width complements the current GF 8712. Its design offers an excellent ratio between mounted machine compactness and significant working width while remaining adapted to small tractors.

GF 1002 T GII

Two models of semi-mounted tedders with a working width of 7.80 m, for medium to large farms. Choose between the large or small rotor models, depending on your needs.

GF 1012

Mounted tedders available in two working widths (8.70 m and 10.80 m) for medium to large sized operations. They are equipped with the HLC (Headland lift Control) rotor lift system for fast and effective manoeuvres.

GF 1012 T

Tedders available in two working widths (8.70 m and 10.80 m) for medium to large-sized farm productions. They are equipped with the HLC (Headland lift Control) rotor lift system for fast and effective manoeuvres.

GF 10012

GF 13012 and GF 17003 models produce high work output with their 12 and 16 small diameter rotors respectively. They have the GSC (Ground Save Control) system which enables them to follow the ground like a 4-rotor tedder with 50% less ground scraping*!

Do you work in the mountains?

You need compact, lightweight, easy-to-manoeuvre machines that produce high-quality forage.

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