The levelling of poached ground and sprinkling of fresh grass seed is all in a day’s work for the Pasture Angel, which works the surface intensively with a pair of pto-powered contra-rotating rotors. This is the brainchild of East German based, Martin Dengler, who refers to the machine as a mulch scarifier and has been refining the design over the past four years. Capable of handling up to 130hp, power flows through cam clutch-protected Walterscheid wide-angle drive shafts to a duo of wideangle gearboxes. Drive is then transmitted via six belts for each rotor down the left side of the machine. This configuration results in a 2.70m working width, while the machine measures 3.00m overall.