Used Finn Erosion Control For Sale

Ohio-based Finn Erosion Control has been in business since 1935 when Charles Finn invented a machine to chop and apply straw to mulch bare soil. Today, the company has more than 100 dealers and service locations in North America and a presence in Australia, South America, Africa and Europe.

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HydroSeeder

In 1953, Finn invented the HydroSeeder, which shoots seed and fertilizers over broad areas. This innovation is credited with growing a new industry: turn and erosion control contractors. Finn Erosion Control's HydroSeeders use 100 percent hydraulically driven, mechanical paddle agitation and liquid recirculation.

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Straw Blowers

Finn's first invention, the Straw Blower, is credited with paving the way for high-quality, labor-saving equipment. Inspired by the post-World War II road construction boom, Charles Finn's Straw Blower doubles straw coverage in a fraction of the time it would take to apply by hand. Finn Straw Blowers are designed to produce maximum straw shedding and discharge, along with reliable power, even in demanding conditions. Models are available to handle various size projects, from lawns to mining sites.


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HydroSeeder

In 1953, Finn invented the HydroSeeder, which shoots seed and fertilizers over broad areas. This innovation is credited with growing a new industry: turn and erosion control contractors. Finn Erosion Control's HydroSeeders use 100 percent hydraulically driven, mechanical paddle agitation and liquid recirculation.

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Straw Blowers

Finn's first invention, the Straw Blower, is credited with paving the way for high-quality, labor-saving equipment. Inspired by the post-World War II road construction boom, Charles Finn's Straw Blower doubles straw coverage in a fraction of the time it would take to apply by hand. Finn Straw Blowers are designed to produce maximum straw shedding and discharge, along with reliable power, even in demanding conditions. Models are available to handle various size projects, from lawns to mining sites.


Ohio-based Finn Erosion Control has been in business since 1935 when Charles Finn invented a machine to chop and apply straw to mulch bare soil. Today, the company has more than 100 dealers and service locations in North America and a presence in Australia, South America, Africa and Europe.