Where in the world did the summer go? I know, it's still in triple digits in many places, including Salina, KS, but there was just a hint of fall in the air this morning. Nice north breeze and temps in the 60s. Nice.

I can also say Land Pride has been busy this summer and that has made it fly by. We hit May and things got busy. Land Pride never looked back. Now it's August 26th and here I sit having missed an entire summer of blogging, just because we were so busy.

Last week we started our Fall Show Season. Land Pride was at Wisconsin Farm Technology Days. This week, we are in Boone, IA at the Farm Progress Show. Next week, Land Pride will be at the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson, KS. That one is special for us -- as a Kansas company, employing Kansans, we love to show off at the State Fair. Plus, who could pass up a deep fried candy bar and a funnel cake. Not me!

After next week, we really get busy. The Kansas State Fair runs all the way to September 14. While that's going on, Land Pride will have representatives at Big Iron in Fargo, ND, Canada's Outdoor Farm Show in Woodstock, Ontario, and Husker Harvest Days in Grand Island, NE. The next week London, OH becomes the temporary home of 4 Land Pride employees as they welcome visitors to Ohio Farm Science Review. From London, we pack up and head to the Georgia National Fair in Perry, GA. The Fair runs through October 12 then we head down the road to Moultrie, GA and the Sunbelt Ag Expo.

Sandwiched in between the Georgia National Fair and Sunbelt Ag Expo, Land Pride will attend the National Kubota Dealer Meeting.

Whew... What a busy fall. You have plenty of opportunities to come see us. We look forward to it.

Have a great fall!


I own an RC2512 cutter and the mower does not pick up the grass that the tractor drives on. Have come to a conclusion that this is caused by the webbing on the under side of the deck. My RCR3596 does not have this webbing and it does pick up the tire tracks for a smooth cut. Also my lawn mowers do not have this webbing and do not have this problem. My question is when is Land Pride coming out with a smooth bottom 12 foot rotary cutter. Have been looking forward to this for 2 years. Others already have these on the market, please catch up as I am waiting.

Greg, Thanks for your comments. The deck structure being on top or bottom has no bearing on how well the RC2512 cuts, we have done extensive testing. The issue you are describing sounds like it is because the tractor's tires are traveling in the blade overlap area on the cutter. There are two solutions available -- if the tractor has adjustable tire width you can adjust to keep the tractor tires out of that area or reversing the direction of rotation will help this issue as well.

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