PFG Australia has announced a ground-breaking partnership with the world’s fastest growing zero-turn mower manufacturer, US-based Bad Boy Mowers.
The addition of Bad Boy Mowers takes PFG’s international brands to 15. With more than 300 dealers across the country, PFG Australia is the largest privately owned and independent agriculture distributor in the southern hemisphere.
PFG Australia CEO Justin Whitford said he was thrilled to add Bad Boy Mowers to the stable, with its commercial and residential products renowned for their attitude, classleading manufacture, quality and toughness.
“It’s a real privilege that Bad Boy Mowers has chosen PFG Australia to be their first ever export partner. In just 20 years of operation, they’ve managed to become an iconic mowing brand in the US, and our growing dealer network in Australia is an ideal launching pad,” Mr Whitford said.
Performance and attitude
Sal Gallenti, national sales manager for Bad Boy Mowers in Australia, said: “There’s no doubt Aussies will love the new Bad Boy Mowers range. Whether you’re a contractor or have a garden, there’s a model that’s perfect for the job. They look amazing and they’re super comfortable too
“Bad Boy Mowers is all about mowing with attitude. We love the idea of working with such a cool brand and their hottedup, rugged designs. We expect the first shipments to arrive in spring with an attractive price point, too. That’s the thing with Bad Boy Mowers – you get looks, comfort, power, toughness, quality and fantastic value for money,” he said.
All Bad Boy Mowers’ products come fully assembled from the Batesville factory in Arkansas. Their tough frames are fitted to the likes of Kawasaki, Kohler, Briggs and Perkins engines, and finished with a stunning powder-coat treatment. Prior to delivery, each Bad Boy Mowers product undergoes a 112-point quality-control testing process.
To celebrate the Australian launch, Bad Boy Mowers and PFG Australia have created a special version of the 25hp heavy-duty, Kohler-powered Bad Boy Mowers ZT Elite. Badged the ‘Launch Edition’, this Black ZT Elite zero-turn mower features a striking blackout paint scheme, custom Reaper® tyres and the requisite tonnes of attitude. The Launch Edition is strictly limited to 50 units, with individually numbered build plates.
See the whole range at badboy-mowers.com.au.