Some say disc mowers are all the same, but it’s the little things that make the difference. Built in Pella, Iowa, the new M5050 disc mower from Vermeer has a cutting width of 6.8 ft (2.1 m) and helps reduce the hassles associated with hooking up, running and maintaining traditional 3-point disc mowers.
The time it takes to hook it up and go isn’t the chore it used to be. The quick hitching hookup is a one-person job that takes just a few steps — then off to the field you go. That’s where the renowned cutter bar comes into play — designed for high-cutting performance and maximized machine life. Maintenance is convenient with the Quick-Clip® blade retention system that lets you move, change or turn blades in seconds.
It’s differences like these that make the Vermeer 50-series disc mowers stand out from the rest. This disc mower is on point.
The quick hitch hookup is a one-person hookup: back up your tractor, hook up the disc mower with a quick hitch — and off to the field you go.
A tapered, low-profile cutter bar delivers close, clean cutting— reduces streaking and helps improve performance across a wide variety of crops and conditions. Each self-contained cutter unit comes prepackaged with its own set of gears, bearings and lubricant to help extend operating life. Plus, it’s backed by the Vermeer 3-year cutter bar warranty.
Vermeer mowers are built at Vermeer Corporation global headquarters in Pella, Iowa, where a passion for quality and reliability is present among team members ranging from engineering to production to service.
Maintenance is made convenient with the Quick-Clip® blade retention system, which lets you change and turn blades in seconds — with no specialty tools required.