Schulte SRW1000 Rock Windrower


A mid-size machine with roto-tilling action that breaks up lumps and levels the ground.

  • Transports at 3.4 m (11’2”) allowing you to go through a 12-foot gate.
  • Windrows 2” to 25” rocks with ease, forming them into uniform rows ready for pick up by a Schulte Rock Picker.
  • Roots, stumps, chips and other debris from land clearing operations can also be windrowed.
  • Power is supplied to the windrower drum via a heavy-duty PTO drive line which includes a slip clutch and shear bolt arrangement for protection against excessive shock loads.
  • The final drive chain is totally enclosed for longer service life.
  • The windrower drum is 3.05 m (10’) wide and is constructed of 219 mm (8 5/8”) heavy wall HSS tube.
  • Patented floating drum results in excellent ground following characteristics.
  • Hard surfaced, 15.9 mm (5/8") thick x 152.4 mm (6") long teeth are welded directly to the drum pipe, resulting in problem free operation even in difficult conditions.
  • The long teeth increase the combing action of the rake for superior windrowing.
  • As a bonus, the windrower has a roto-tilling action, which breaks up lumps and level the ground.
  • The side delivery frame arrangement allows the operator to better control the size of windrows, regardless of rock conditions.
  • Full one-year warranty on materials and workmanship.

* Instant tax write off savings are based on the recommended retail pricing and the Company Tax rate of 27.5% for qualifying Australian businesses meeting ATO guidelines.

SRW1000 Specifications


1200 kg (2640 lbs)

Tractor requirements

40 - 80 HP (30 - 60 kW), 540 PTO, Single hydraulics

Drum width

3.05 m (10’)

Maximum ground speed

8 km/h (5 mph)

Recommended ground speed

3 km/h (2 mph)

Drum speed

117 RPM @ 540 RPM input


700 X 15, 6 ply

Transport width

3.4 m (11’ 2”)

Transport length

4 m (13’ 1”)

What do our customers say?

Don't just take our word for's what some of our customers say about their Schulte...

"After clearing 100 hectares of olive grove I found myself with the dilemma of how to collect all the sticks and roots that were left over after the clearing process. After using back packers for picking up the left over material I thought to myself, "there is got to be a better way." I contacted Tony at Schulte Australia and he recommended a Schulte rock windrower. This has been money well spent! I picked up all the sticks, roots and debris by firstly windrowing the material and then using a rock picker to collect and dump in a pile for burning. All this needs is one person. Great machine."

Tony Colotti, Brookrise Fresh Produce, West Gingin, W.A.