Farmer-Helper FH-BX62S 7” Self Feeding Wood Chipper
25- 45 HP
|Maximum Chipping Capacity||6.5” x 12” Material|
|Min. Operation PTO Horsepower||25 HP|
|Max Capacity PTO Horsepower||45 HP|
|Flywheel Weight||205 LBS|
|No. of Blades||4 + 1|
|Rotor Size & Thickness||30” dia x 3/4”|
|Feeding System||Pinch & Pull Gravity|
|Hopper Folded||50” L x 52” W x 74” H|
|Hopper Opening||25” x 25”|
|Mounting System||3 Point Hitch Cat-I|
|Discharge Rotation||360 degrees|
|PTO Drive Line||Series 05 Shearbolt Driveline|
|Net Weight||830 lbs|
|Gross Weight||860 lbs|
Who is Farmer-Helper?
Farmer Helper Machinery Co., Ltd (FHM) was established in 2009. The factory area is more than 20,000 square meters and houses 4 Metal laser cutting machines and more than 80 processing machines.
FHM manufactures a full range of high-quality implements for small to medium-sized tractor owners across the world. Farmer’s Helper has become an integral manufacturing premise for agricultural machines. Our team’s priority is customer success and satisfaction. We constantly improve our machines to meet customer demands and expectations.
Description of 3 Point Wood Chipper:
This large, pro-duty chipper integrates with the tractor’s three-point hitch and PTO for easy transport and operation, eliminating the need for additional attachments or motors. The hinged feed chute also allows you to balance weight for easy transport and reduces chippers footprint for storage.
- Oversized 30” flywheel with 4 reversible blades
- Integrated air vents for better operation
- Twig breaker paddles to prevent clogging
- Hinged feed chute for compact storage and transport
- Adjustable exit chute
- PTO shaft included
- Chips 7” diameter timber
- Drive type: Group 5 shear pin PTO
- Tractor recommendation: up 30 to 75HP
- Operational RPM: 540
- Rotor Dimensions: 30” Diameter x 3/4” Thick
Submit your review
This wood chipper has exceeded my expectations. I originally wanted to purchase another brand chipper due to its excellent reviews. I did not find any reviews for this chipper (more on that later). The reason I did not purchase the other brand chipper was primarily the delay required to even order it, which was three months. I compared the specifications of the two chippers and found that the Betstco chipper I purchased compared favorably, so I bought it (the Betsco was also cheaper). I found the process to register the chipper and do this review to be confusing and difficult. The terms used on the registration were not the same as those on the sales order, so I don't know if I did it correctly or not. I suspect many potential reviewers give up due to the poor directions and confusing terms. Nevertheless, based on my preliminary review, the FH-BX62S is an excellent chipper.