Bridgeway Aerators

Tillage farmers know the benefits of crop rotation, regular ploughing and other ways of maximising the growth potential through managing soil quality and structure in their fields.

Grassland farmers have had to rely on increasing levels of fertiliser and regular reseeding to push production levels with out any guarantee of consistent quality.

Until now . . . . .

Grow more Grass
Grow better quality grass
Maximise grazed grass
Maximise grazing days


Farmers know that grazed grass is the cheapest source of energy for livestock and that grass silage is more economic than compound feeds.

We also know from research that maximising grazed grass in diets can improve milk yield and quality as well as improved daily live weight gain.

In addition, research has shown that every extra days grazing can be worth up to €2.70 per animal per day. 

So  why aren’t you managing your grassland to its maximum potential?

Why Aerate?

Poor crop colour, patchy growth and declining yields!  Sounds familiar?  Traditional solutions have been to plough and reseed but this is costly and loses the benefit of the mixture of grasses and clovers which exist on mature pasture and silage ground.   Better to cultivate your grassland – manage it through regular slitting and shattering of compaction zones which cause many of these problems but do it at the right time and in combination with other grass improvement activities.


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Aerator Brochure

Aerator Testimonials

 Mr John Burke and his brother Jimmy, run one of the country’s finest dairy herds in Thurles, Co. Tipperary, Ireland

“By aerating, we are now able to let our cows out earlier in Spring, and we are able to rotate paddocks more efficiently. Our quality of grass was improved significantly, which means profit.”

Jackson Brothers, contractors, Tullow, Co. Carlow, uses a 3m aerator with seeder attached.
“We decided to go with the Bridgeway aerator because it is an ideal solution to get more slurry into the ground faster. Also, as we do a lot of work around urban areas, the smell is not as noticable. We also use it for overseeding. Feedback from farmers has been fantastic.”

Mr Val Ledwith, Rathgegan Herd, Co. Meath, is one of Ireland’s best known Hereford breeders..
“I purchased a 3m aerator with roller and clover seeder from Bridgeway. I am delighted with the quality of grass produced, and now with more clover in the swarth, I can see the improvement in my stock.

Shannonbridge, Co.Offaly, Ireland.  ♦  Tel:+00 353 90 9674996  


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