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Rocks Gone was founded by former Western Australian farmer Tim Pannell in 2010. The Pannell family farmed in Yuna for over 30 years, gaining first-hand experience of the numerous problems associated with farming on rocky terrain. Looking to find an economical solution to improve the production potential of laterite rock soils such as ironstone, gravel ridges and limestone, Tim imported a rotary rock crusher and set up a contracting business before designing and developing his own concept, specifically tailored to suit the harsh conditions found in Western Australia. The result was the original Reefinator – a tractor-drawn rock crushing machine, so named as it literally decimated and eliminated common laterite “reef” rock to create a nutrient rich soil which could be sown to crop. Over the years the concept has been continually developed and patented, and we now manufacture award-winning rock crushing solutions for both the agricultural and civil and mining industries. We pride ourselves on our reputation amongst both farmers and contractors for the strength, durability, reliability and cost effectiveness of our machinery. Western Australian built, the Reefinator has no equal on the global market today.

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ROCKS Gone has marked the new year with a new model Reefinator, the H9. The Reefinator H9 is a heavy-duty adaption of the award-winning Western Australian-designed and built, tractor-towed Reefinator H4 hydraulic-tyne model, which has proved itself in agricultural usage across three States. But the H9 is aimed at the road construction, civil and mining industries, rather than agriculture. The first production Reefinator H9 arrived at Rocks Gone's Baldwin Street, Kewdale, factory in time for new year and is the first of three being built to order for clients.

New Reefinator for other industries

Mall Gill, Farm Weekly 19 Jan 2022 ROCKS Gone has marked the new year with a new model Reefinator, the
  • 20 January 2022
Read More Shown here with inventor Tim Pannell the Reefinator H4 will dig to a depth of 600mm (24-inches) and is equipped with a leading row of four tines and a following row of five – all hydraulically operated. Count your chickens before they hatch with the Reefinator H4 as countless times farmers have bought cheap land and opened up new ground with this resurrection machine. Previous untouchable rocky ground was no match for the Reefinator H4 and this feat is being repeated across farmland that is now sown down to pasture and crops

Rocks Gone offers the Reefinator H4 as a rocky ground terminator that opens up an income

Everything you need for opening up new ground to pasture or crops is available right now with the Rocks Gone
  • 04 January 2022
Read More FARM FIELD DAY: Thomas Elder Institute ag tech development officer Andy Phelan and SARDI ag tech coinnovation officer Robyn Terry at the Reefinator field day held at Struan last week.

Reefinator put to test at Struan to tackle shallow soils

Catherine Miller, Stock Journal 9th Oct 2021 FARM FIELD DAY: Thomas Elder Institute ag tech development officer Andy Phelan and
  • 12 October 2021
Read More On-site Reefinator demo october 4th 2.30pm

On-site Reefinator Demo 4th Oct

On-site Reefinator demo Monday the 4th oct 2.30pm till stumps, on the Kondinin-Narembeen Rd, just south of the Bristow-Butler Rd
  • 28 September 2021
Read More What a smashing idea! The latest H4 #Reefinator can now crush down to depths of 600mm Come and see the Rocks Gone Team at Site 249 at the #Dowerin Field Days Wed the 25th & Thursday 26th #dowerin2021 #doweringwn7machineryfielddays #dowerinfielddays #fielddays

Dowerin Field Days are on! See you at site 249 to see the latest Reefinator.

What a smashing idea! The latest H4 #Reefinator can now crush down to depths of 600mm Come and see the
  • 19 August 2021
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