How this revolutionary new trailing shoe could solve a major TAMS 3 problem

Mastek are adamant their lighter, cheaper invention can fill the void left by the dropping of dribble bars from the LESS scheme – as their MD explains how the Cavan-based business has expanded and diversified to become a world leader in LESS equipment

Ahead of the curve: Mastek’s FlexiShoe is equipped with a heavy lay flat hose, a rubber booth and coulter that will split the grass and place the slurry directly onto the soil. Photos: Niall Hurson

Niall Hurson

Mastek, the Cavan-based provider of low emissions slurry spreading (LESS) equipment, has unveiled its revolutionary new trailing shoe applicator, which it claims will act as a viable alternative to dribble bars under TAMS 3.

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